Oakland, California's pension shortfall is growing, threatening the city's solvency, according to a report released Sunday by City Auditor Courtney Ruby.

"While formerly viewed as a cash flow issue, we now know pension obligations are a solvency issue," Ruby wrote in her remarks to the City Council, reports the San Jose Mercury News.

"There is simply not enough money coming in to pay for what must go out."

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