The Ohio House of Representatives passed bills meant to ensure that the state’s five public- pension systems can pay all their obligations within 30 years as required by law.

The modifications include increasing employee contributions, raising retirement ages and revising cost-of- living adjustments for the systems’ 1.83 million retirees and members, the bills’ sponsors said.

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