The challenge to Rhode Island landmark pension overhaul starts Friday with a hearing in Superior Court. Professor Michael Yelnosky previewed the case with WRNI's Ian Donnis.

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WRNI: Yelnosky on Pensions

The challenge to Rhode Island landmark pension overhaul starts Friday with a hearing in Superior Court. Professor Michael Yelnosky previewed the case with WRNI's Ian Donnis.

From Rhode Island Public Radio, WRNI: "Exploring the legal options in the RI pension case" by Ian Donnis

Professor Michael J. YelnoskyPROVIDENCE, RI December 7, 2012 - The challenge to Rhode Island landmark pension overhaul starts Friday with a hearing in Superior Court. Roger Williams University Law School professor Michael Yelnosky sat down Thursday to preview the case with Rhode Island Public Radio political reporter Ian Donnis.