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Retirees' Committee of City of Detroit Sues Over Benefits Cuts

Tuesday, 14 January 2014 02:56
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The Official Committee of Retirees of the City of Detroit, who collectively represents a number of retirees of the city, sued filed a complaint for equitable and injunctive relief to prevent the City from significantly impairing its contractual obligation to provide healthcare benefits and coverage to the retirees, and thereby violating the Michigan and United States Constitutions.

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