Health reform provision aimed at union retirees
Detroit Free Press, August 26, 2009
Antilabor forces say a provision in healthcare reform legislation that could help retiree healthcare plans is welfare for the United Auto Workers and Democrats' union allies. Labor supporters say it falls short of what's needed as tens of thousands of union members are pushed into early retirement as employers cut back healthcare coverage.
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