36 highly paid employees have threatened to sue if benefits were not based on full salaries. The UC president and the regents board chairman support the $245,000 limit.
The University of California system's two top leaders on Tuesday rejected a politically controversial demand by some of the university's most highly paid employees that they should receive larger pensions, based on a percentage of their total salaries, not on just the first $245,000.
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