The PERS Problem Book Available NOW

The PERS Problem, by Daniel C. Re.  It’s the little book that exposes the BIG secret that the PERS legislators who run Oregon don’t want you to know about.

If they wanted you to know the secret, they would have written the book!

But you not only have a right to know about their BIG secret, you need to know it in order to evaluate PERS for yourself.

The book is available for $10 as a Kindle Edition on Amazon.com.  Search for The PERS Problem.  It explains how the PERS problem was created, what it has done to Oregon and what I am doing about it.

You can also order a paper copy of the book directly from me.  To do so, send a $10 check payable to: In Re The People, Inc., 70 SW Century Drive, Ste. 100-365, Bend Oregon 97702

All proceeds will be used to continue the fight to restore fairness to the process under which PERS law are made.  Fairness was part of the original PERS laws but it was removed by the PERS legislators as soon as they were allowed to join PERS in 1971.  It just got in their way.

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About Dan Re

I am an attorney who has lived in Bend and practiced law since 1981. In educating myself about the Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), I was shocked at how the PERS laws were changed by the legislature, once legislators were allowed to join PERS in 1971, 26 years after PERS was first created. Those changes personally benefitted the legislators who made them at the direct financial expense of the people they were elected to represent. That is wrong and I intend to change it. In 2009, I started a non-profit 501(c)(4) corporation, In RE The People, Inc., for the purpose of informing concerned citizens of what happened regarding PERS and other issues of social and civic importance. I then created this blog to further that objective.
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