How UPS gains from law eroding pension protection

Russell Grantham
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
January 26, 2015

When Sandra Presley’s husband died four years ago, the couple’s retirement income from decades of working for trucking companies dropped by over half.

Now, the 72-year-old Forest Park woman fears her $634-a-month pension from working at Yellow Freight could shrink another 30 percent.

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