Emails: Treasury drove cutoff of non-union Delphi pensions


via Emails: Treasury drove cutoff of non-union Delphi pensions | The Daily Caller.

“Delphi, a General Motors company, is one of the world’s largest automotive parts manufacturers. Twenty thousand of its workers lost nearly their entire pensions when the government bailed out GM. At the same time, Delphi employees who were members of the United Auto Workers union saw their pensions topped off and made whole.”

Union preferential treatment.

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