CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A judge rejected a request from the New Hampshire Retirement System on Thursday to immediately block implementation of part of a new pension overhaul law but has set an October hearing on the case.

Merrimack Superior Court Judge Richard McNamara said he was not convinced irreparable harm would occur if more time was taken to resolve the dispute over part of the law dealing with setting employer contribution rates.

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