In a report to Democratic lawmakers, the Legislative Fiscal Bureau finds that
a state worker earning $25,000 a year will see their total pension and health care costs increase from 4.5 percent of their salary to 11.3 percent. A worker earning $50,000 a year will see their share increase from 2.3 percent to 8.5 percent.
And workers earning $100,000 will see their cost increase from 1.1 percent to 6.7 percent.
A link to the report can be found here. So the people who can least afford it, get hit the hardest. Well done, GOP, well done! Once again, elections have consequences.