Chris Scott, a retired member of Teamsters Local 41 in Kansas City, made his point in frustration at a U.S. Treasury event to air complaints about proposed cuts to pensions from the Central States Pension Fund. The fund’s director has fired back, saying the rescue plan is the only option short of a bailout from Congress.
Chris Scott, a retired member of Teamsters Local 41 in Kansas City, made his point in frustration at a U.S. Treasury event to air complaints about proposed cuts to pensions from the Central States Pension Fund. The fund’s director has fired back, saying the rescue plan is the only option short of a bailout from Congress. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com
Chris Scott, a retired member of Teamsters Local 41 in Kansas City, made his point in frustration at a U.S. Treasury event to air complaints about proposed cuts to pensions from the Central States Pension Fund. The fund’s director has fired back, saying the rescue plan is the only option short of a bailout from Congress. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com

Central States calls painful pension cuts the only alternative to a federal bailout

February 24, 2016 2:58 PM

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