People protest outside the government pension headquarters in San Juan, Puerto Rico, 

People protest outside the government pension headquarters in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013. Puerto Rico is confronting what economists and financial analysts say is a ticking fiscal time bomb: A public pension system with a $37.3 billion unfunded liability that must be addressed soon. Nearly three years ago, former Gov. Fortuno established a committee charged with solving the pension fund's fiscal problems, noting that the overall system was paying $679 million more a year than what it received in contributions. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)
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People protest outside the government pension headquarters in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013. Puerto Rico is confronting what economists and financial analysts say is a ticking fiscal time bomb: A public pension system with a $37.3 billion unfunded liability that must be addressed soon. Nearly three years ago, former Gov. Fortuno established a committee charged with solving the pension fund's fiscal problems, noting that the overall system was paying $679 million more a year than what it received in contributions. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)
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