Proposed Bill Would Limit an Alabama Congressman's Pension Benefit

A bill that would allow Alabama congressman Bud Cramer to qualify for state pension benefits is under fire tonight.  The chief of the state pension program is asking the governor not to sign it. The legislation would allot Cramer more than $110,000 a year when he  reaches age 70. The bill gives retirement benefits to former district attorneys who lack the number of years of experience to qualify. Cramer served as Madison County's district attorney before going to congress.