Backers of a ballot measure that would replace pensions with 401(k)s for most new San Diego city employees released an estimate to the Union-Tribune yesterday showing at least $1 billion in savings over the next three decades.

This morning, they distributed backup information to everyone else. I also attended an hour-long press briefing this morning and will be writing more later.

We wrote about the delay in releasing the financial information and concerns about costs earlier this month. The region’s largest labor group already has blasted the analysis.

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Liam Dillon was formerly a senior reporter and assistant editor for Voice of San Diego. He led VOSD’s investigations and wrote about how regular people...

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