Sunday, March 6, 2011

Does New York's state comptroller have too much power?

"NEW YORK’S $140 billion pension plan is one of the largest pools of money in the world. But there is something else that makes it exceptional: it is run by just one person. The state comptroller, who is elected, is the sole trustee."

The NYT has more here.

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