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Supreme Court rulings keep shareholder suits in state, set higher hurdles for plan participants

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The Supreme Court made it somewhat easier to bring shareholder and other lawsuits in state court, but harder for retirement plan participants to sue unless there is clear harm, in two decisions released Monday.

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Teamster Retirees Demand Trustees 'Stop the Rush' to Slash Pensions in Half

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They thought their pensions were secure—but now they’re fighting to keep them. Retired and active Teamsters in 25 states from Florida to Minnesota received notice this fall that their pensions could be cut by as much as 60 percent, beginning July 1.

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Independence rally draws pension rights advocate Karen Friedman

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Pension rights advocate Karen Friedman will address area retirees facing huge cuts to their pensions at a rally Thursday in Independence.

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Proposal to slash Teamsters' pension benefits to be discussed tonight

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Facing cuts in their promised pensions of 30%, 50% and even more, retired Teamsters on Wednesday evening blasted the "rescue plan" that the Central States Pension Fund says it needs to save it from going broke.

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Teamsters Local 371 organizes to protest pension cuts

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Fred Lowry, a truck driver for 57 years, is facing a cut of $10,000 a year from his $33,600 annual pension unless federal action is taken on a controversial pension restructuring plan.

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Teamsters Protest as Treasury Debates Allowing Pension Cuts for 1.5 Million Retirees

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About 300 angry Teamsters descended on Washington, D.C., September 10, demanding federal action to protect the pensions of union members threatened with benefit cuts. The retired Teamsters are among a group of as many as 1.5 million retirees from a long list of different labor unions nationwide that could see their pensions slashed under a new law quietly approved late last year.

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Countdown to Cuts: Retirees Call on Policymakers to Stop the Clock on Cuts to Their Pensions

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WASHINGTON – Hundreds of retired truck drivers and their spouses came to Washington, D.C., today to tell policymakers how proposed cuts to their pensions  More...

Groups start working to pass federal law intended to stave off private pension cuts

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Mike Walden used a baseball metaphor in describing the introduction Thursday of federal legislation that would, if passed, eliminate pension cut provisions that are now law and could impact more than a million people in upcoming years.

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Teamsters, machinists, aerospace unions supports bill to repeal multiemployer reforms

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International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Washington, endorsed legislation introduced Thursday that would repeal the Multiemployer Pension Reform Act of 2014.

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A small victory in the war over pensions

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Religious exemptions to pension guarantees have led to theft, but workers at one New Jersey hospital fought back

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