Teamsters Speak Out: "Don't Cut my Pension"

UPDATED October 4, 2013: Teamsters whose pensions are in danger due to a new proposed law are speaking out. Some will make their presence known at the October 10 Congressional hearing in Washington DC on the proposed law.

Read what Teamsters have to say about the proposal to let the Central States Fund – and other pension funds – cut pensions of retirees and cut the already-earned credits of active Teamsters.

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