U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin would have to be elected at least two more times to make the five-year minimum requirement to even qualify for a pension as a member of the House. But less than three months into his tenure as a federal lawmaker, the freshman congressman says he’ll do without it.
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Front Section, Pages 3 on 03/15/2011
Print Headline: Griffin to refuse pension payments