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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Motivated by a budget shortfall and one of the most underfunded public pension systems in the country, Oklahoma lawmakers took major steps last year to shore up the unfunded liability of the state’s major pensions by increasing the retirement age for new hires and changing how the state provides cost of living adjustments for retirees.

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