EEOC Ruling Backs Post-Age-65 Benefit Cuts
Original post made by Mike on Dec 26, 2007
Another unbelievably selfish move that will hurt retirees. There is absolutely NO innovation in health care.
Another BIG win for the insurance companies, where $.58 of every dollar goes to administrative costs and profit.
Our public employees - including teachers and municipal workers - should demand guarantees that they will not lose post-65-years health benefits.
As well, private company employees should begin to unionize more aggressively, to stop this insult.
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