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Treasury Approves New York State Pension Cuts

The U.S. Treasury announced it has approved pension cuts for 35,000 retirees and active Teamsters covered under the New York State Teamsters Pension Fund. The cuts will take place effect on October 1.

Alex Adams Honored as Maple Heights, Ohio 'Citizen of the Year'

Alex Adams, a former member of the TDU Steering Committee and founding member of the Northeast Ohio Committee to Protect Pensions, was presented with a 'Citizen of the Year' award by the City of Maple Heights Ohio on September 6.

More than 100 UPS retirees protest proposed pension cuts

More than 100 retirees gathered outside two UPS terminals Thursday to protest a company plan to cut their pensions by 20 percent. Many are calling it the latest attack on the Central States Teamster Pension Plan.

The Fight to Save Pensions

As we approach the four-year mark in the current battle to save Teamster pensions, it’s time to take a look at where we stand and how we can win this do-or-die fight.

Central States Fund: $15.45 Billion

The first quarter 2017 Financial and Analytical Report of the Central States Pension Fund shows that it has treaded water over the past 12 months, due to a booming stock market. But that situation cannot last.

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Rome Aloise Permanently Banned from the Teamsters

Judge Barbara Jones issued a decision today in which Rome Aloise is “permanently barred from the Teamsters and is permanently enjoined from participating in union affairs.”   The decision takes effect on January 31, 2022. Aloise has resigned as International VP effective December 31.

Central States Financials -- Help is on the Way

As of June 30, 2021, the Central States Pension Fund had $9.3 billion in assets, which is down $1.1 billion from the beginning of 2021. This information is from the Fund’s Financial and Analytical Report for the second quarter, which was just obtained by Teamsters for a Democratic Union.

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