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February 16, 2016 8:32 PM

Teamster retirees fight massive pension cuts at Kansas City town hall, warn others at risk

The Central States Pension Fund has proposed cuts of 50 percent or more to many retirees

It’s the first proposal to use a controversial 2014 law to cut current benefits severely in hopes of avoiding the fund’s collapse

Treasury appointee Kenneth Feinberg heard stories of 30, applause of 750 at two-hour session

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