Retirement systems will struggle with meeting their required contribution targets, Pew report says.
The board at OPERS voted to reduce medical benefits to avoid collapse by 2030.
Plan aims to eliminate the state retirement system’s $6.6 billion unfunded liability.
Falling bond yields prove too much for robust asset gains.
Although most plans are now fully funded, solvency gains can vanish quickly, firm says.
Are low growth and low interest rates becoming the new normal?