Officials from Cook County’s pension fund will be on hand Tuesday to bring commissioners up to speed on the fund’s health. Statutory mandates for pension payments bring in less than 40% of what the pension fund needs to pay out benefits. Without continued revenue from the penny hike in the sales tax, the fund is projected to become insolvent by 2039.

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