Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at 7:00 am (Updated: January 30, 7:02 am)
Local legislators met with constituents Saturday morning at the Marion County Farm Bureau Office to discuss issues ranging from casino gaming to redistricting to vultures.
About 20 people attended the annual Farm Bureau Legislative Breakfast with State Rep. Terry Mills and State Sen. Jimmy Higdon.
Both legislators agreed that funding the state retirements system will be a priority during the 2013 General Assembly. The retirement system is underfunded by around $30 billion, according to Higdon.
“We have to do something,” he said.
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