The Oregon Public Retirement Fund could become a public corporation.
State Treasurer Ted Wheeler and the Oregon Investment Council floated this idea in 2013, and the Senate Revenue Committee held a public hearing on the concept but never took a vote.
Wheeler announced Thursday that he and the council members are bringing the concept back in February’s Legislative session. They say the structure could save the state $2.7 billion in investment fees over two decades.
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