Pension Fight Reaches the Rio Grande

Over 70 retirees and spouses met on Saturday just north of the Rio Grande in San Juan, and the hot topic was the fight to defend their Central States pension benefits. These retirees hail from 15 states and 25 different locals.

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Mark Dray, a retired Local 638 UPS Teamster, reports that information was circulated, including a petition initiated out of Grand Rapids, Michigan calling for the removal of Thomas Nyhan, Contact info for websites and phone numbers for the Pension Rights Center, TDU and the IBT was also distributed.

The breakfast is held monthly at 10 a.m. on the third Saturday at Ann’s Restaurant on Business 83 in San Juan.

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