A career worker could earn 90 percent of take-home pay annually under the bill, including Social Security, compared to 100 percent now, Draine said.
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"In Baltimore's case, that is a city that's doing relatively well," Mr. Draine explained, "but it still has a substantial liability, even though it's smaller than other cities."
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