CHICAGO (AP) — Gov. Pat Quinn says the outline of a pension reform proposal from a bipartisan panel is “positive indeed.”

However, the Chicago Democrat was less clear about whether he’s fully behind it or not, saying he wants to see final details.

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He told reporters Sunday after an unrelated event that the panel tasked with coming up with a way to address the state’s nearly $100 billion pension problem has made progress.

Pensions have been Quinn’s top issue. He recently halted lawmakers’ pay after lawmakers missed another one of his deadlines to solve the issue.

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The pension committee is considering a plan that would, among other things, end automatic 3 percent cost-of-living increases for retirees. Increases would instead be linked to the rate of inflation.

Committee members say the details are preliminary.

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