Mayor Brandon Scott has decided to veto the council bill effecting when elected city officials would be eligible for their pension.

It's a bill that had quite a bit of pushback as it would allow city council and other elected officials to have an early pension.

Known as City Council Bill 22-0292, sponsored by City Council President Nick Mosby, it would reduce eligibility for pension from 12 years to eight for city officials that begin serving December 1 of this year.

In the decision to veto the bill, Scott sent a letter to Mosby stating "I cannot in good conscience sign a city council bill into law without the benefit of a complete and thorough analysis."... Read More: WMAR2NEWS