Councilwoman’s bill would prevent city workers convicted of child sex abuse from collecting pensions

    Offended by the news that former PSU assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky is collecting a pension while he stands accused of child sexual abuse, Philadelphia Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown has introduced legislation to prevent the same from happening in the city.

    KYW reports Brown, a former PSU student and recruiter, has a bill that would prevent city workers from collecting pensions and retirement benefits if accused of a sexual offense against a minor.

    Sandusky is accused of sexually abusing boys he found through his Second Mile charity.

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