How Multiemployer Pension Plans Affect Your State

States with plans that are currently failing

States with plans that will fail by 2025

How Multiemployer Pension Plans Affect Your State

Alabama

Total Multiemployer Participants:
126,837

Alaska

Total Multiemployer Participants:
38,756

Arizona

Total Multiemployer Participants:
109,925

Arkansas

Total Multiemployer Participants:
109,925

California

Total Multiemployer Participants:
1,694,682

Colorado

Total Multiemployer Participants:
198,007

Connecticut

Total Multiemployer Participants:
188,846

Delaware

Total Multiemployer Participants:
31,709

District of Columbia

Total Multiemployer Participants:
24,663

Florida

Total Multiemployer Participants:
341,050

Georgia

Total Multiemployer Participants:
141,635

Hawaii

Total Multiemployer Participants:
97,946

Idaho

Total Multiemployer Participants:
23,958

Illinois

Total Multiemployer Participants:
553,855

Indiana

Total Multiemployer Participants:
189,551

Iowa

Total Multiemployer Participants:
79,625

Kansas

Total Multiemployer Participants:
63,418

Kentucky

Total Multiemployer Participants:
113,449

Louisiana

Total Multiemployer Participants:
62,714

Maine

Total Multiemployer Participants:
52,144

Maryland

Total Multiemployer Participants:
216,327

Massachusetts

Total Multiemployer Participants:
326,957

Michigan

Total Multiemployer Participants:
440,406

Minnesota

Total Multiemployer Participants:
278,337

Mississippi

Total Multiemployer Participants:
40,870

Missouri

Total Multiemployer Participants:
176,867

Montana

Total Multiemployer Participants:
35,232

Nebraska

Total Multiemployer Participants:
41,574

Nevada

Total Multiemployer Participants:
134,588

New Hampshire

Total Multiemployer Participants:
47,916

New Jersey

Total Multiemployer Participants:
413,629

New Mexico

Total Multiemployer Participants:
39,460

New York

Total Multiemployer Participants:
1,319,104
"It's a whole new life… Everything's gonna change."
Frank Lipka
NY Teamsters Conference

North Carolina

Total Multiemployer Participants:
83,149

North Dakota

Total Multiemployer Participants:
12,684

Ohio

Total Multiemployer Participants:
450,271
"Many retirees, including myself, will likely take pension cuts of over 50 percent under current law by April 1 and the bipartisan consensus in Congress that we should NOT have a rigged vote in favor of these cuts is encouraging."
Steven Sprague
Southwest Ohio Regional Council of Carpenters Pension Plan

Oklahoma

Total Multiemployer Participants:
63,418

Oregon

Total Multiemployer Participants:
170,525

Pennsylvania

Total Multiemployer Participants:
493,959

More: Check out the Pennsylvania fact sheet.

Rhode Island

Total Multiemployer Participants:
58,486

South Carolina

Total Multiemployer Participants:
38,756

South Dakota

Total Multiemployer Participants:
15,502

Tennessee

Total Multiemployer Participants:
109,221

More: Check out the Tennessee fact sheet.

Texas

Total Multiemployer Participants:
360,781

Utah

Total Multiemployer Participants:
39,460

Vermont

Total Multiemployer Participants:
21,844

Virginia

Total Multiemployer Participants:
118,381

Washington

Total Multiemployer Participants:
457,318

More: Check out the Washington fact sheet.

West Virginia

Total Multiemployer Participants:
47,916

Wisconsin

Total Multiemployer Participants:
154,318

Wyoming

Total Multiemployer Participants:
10,570