Category: News Briefs Published on Wednesday, 16 October 2013 15:40 Written by Bankole Thompson/Chronicle senior editor
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Detroit city retirees represented through the federally appointed Committee of Retirees in bankruptcy court are rejecting the recommended changes to health care benefits for their families under emergency financial manager Kevyn Orr.
The group said the City of Detroit began mailing books to retirees on Oct 11, advising them that the city will unilaterally impose significantly worse health care benefits at significantly greater costs to retirees.
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