Rather than giving Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., free political coverage with a first-page article about his getting an offender's pension stopped, how about checking federal pensions to see how they are handled?
Daines may get a huge pension when he is no longer a senator. As I understand it, federal workers are paid for their work and part of their pay is considered retirement funds which are placed in the stock market. Daines cannot take people's investment accounts. Or is that his plan?
I don't think he knows what he is talking about. How about checking this out for your readers?