Bill to require plan for funding public retiree health benefits voted down
On April 23, Assemblyman Travis Allen’s (R-Huntington Beach) Assembly Bill 1681, which required that all future contract negotiations between a public employer and its employees would include a strategy for funding retiree health benefits, was voted down by the Assembly Committee on Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security (PERSS). When presented with concerns over California’s unpaid healthcare debt the Democrat Members of the Committee chose labor unions over the best interests of California’s workers and voted no on AB 1681…Read More
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