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Former State Senate President Rosenberg’s husband could receive pension benefits.
Bryon Hefner, an alleged sexual predator and the husband of former State Senate President Stan Rosenberg, could receive tens of thousands of dollars – if not hundreds of thousands of dollars – in state pension benefits, according to paperwork his husband Stan recently filed with the state.
While repeatedly reported by the media as separated from his husband Mr. Rosenberg, Mr. Hefner still would have a martial claim on his husband’s state pension benefits.
Similarly, even if Mr. Hefner is convicted of felony sex abuse(s) committed in and around the State House care of his impeding trial, he was not a state employee at the time of the alleged crimes and thus cannot be stripped of his marital pension benefits care of his husband Mr. Rosenberg.