Sen. Brown with ORSC Director Bethany Rhodes

Columbus – State Senator Edna Brown (D-Toledo) was officially sworn in to serve as a member of the Ohio Retirement Study Council (ORSC). The Council was created in 1968 to help facilitate the formation of sound public pension policy in the State of Ohio.

“Responsible stewardship of Ohio’s public retirement systems is vitally important to their long term stability and to ensuring a secure retirement for thousands of Ohioans,” said Senator Brown. “I look forward to working with the other members of this council on behalf of Ohio’s public servants.”

The ORSC currently oversees the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System, the State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio, the School Employees Retirement System of Ohio, the Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund, and the Ohio Highway Patrol Retirement System. 

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