APWU Pittsburgh Retiree Record – October 14, 2020

Via John P. Richards, President – Pittsburgh Area Retiree Chapter of the APWU Excerpt: FOR POST OFFICE UNION RETIREES, THESE ARE THE STAKES Unless Biden/Harris wins, the Postal Service will be privatized, thus the Union will be attacked and lost Unless Biden/Harris wins, Social Security will be decimated and destroyed by 2023* Unless Biden/Harris wins,…

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APWU Pittsburgh Retiree Record – October 1, 2020

Via John P. Richards, President – Pittsburgh Area Retiree Chapter of the APWU In this issue: Is Medicare and Social Security Doomed? My Two Cents How Secure is Our Pension? Get Out The Vote Pittsburgh Retiree Record – October 1, 2020

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NALC President: 24 million reasons to reverse course

Although letter carriers are fortunate enough to have good health insurance through our jobs, we have a lot riding on whether President Trump reverses course on health care. Of course, we worry for our families and friends and, as Americans, we care about what kind of country we are—whether we care for the disabled and…

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NARFE Urges Opposition to House Postal Reform Bill

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 1, 2017 Alexandria, VA – National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE) urged members of Congress to oppose the Postal Service Reform Act of 2017, H.R. 756, which was introduced yesterday by House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-UT, along with the co-sponsorship of Ranking Member Elijah E….

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Legislation Introduced to Reform Postal Employees’ Benefits

By Ian Smith – February 1, 2017 Legislation has been introduced in the House to make a number of reforms to the Postal Service. The Postal Service Reform Act of 2017 (H.R. 756) would make pension funding reforms, allow for postal rate increases and even allow the Postal Service to provide non-postal services in some…

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Update on the Postal Service Reform Act of 2016

By Ken Garner – December 2, 2016 Earlier this week a group of industry representatives met with Emily Murray, Staff Director of the Ways & Means Health Subcommittee to discuss the prospects of H.R. 5714. During the meeting the group learned that the Ways & Means Committee had serious concerns about the bill and would not…

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