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California Appellate Court: City Lawfully Changed Retiree Medical Contributions After the Labor Agreements Expired
Liebert Cassidy WhitmoreLink to more items from this source
Apr. 30, 2015
"The associations alleged that fully paid retiree health insurance was a vested benefit protected by the Contracts Clause of the United States and California Constitutions.... [T]he City argued that once the [memoranda of understanding (MOUs)] expired, so did any expectation of retiree medical benefits for employees who had not retired during the term of the MOUs. In an unpublished opinion, the Court of Appeal agreed[.]" [South Pasadena Police Officers' Assn. et al. v. City of South Pasadena, B254176 (Cal. Ct. App. Mar. 9, 2015; unpub.)

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