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California Supreme Court Lets Stand Ruling that San Diego Can Change Retiree Health Benefits
NBC San Diego Link to more items from this source
May 6, 2014
"The California Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal over the city of San Diego's ability to change retiree health benefits.... [T]he Court of Appeal found the retiree health benefit does not fall under the retirement system because it is not a mandated benefit and is not funded by any assets of the pension plan. The court also looked to a precedent that said the health benefits are an employee benefit, not a vested contractual right. That means moving forward, health benefits won't be completely guaranteed for city employees headed toward retirement."

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