To the editor: The proposed changes to retiree health insurance amount to a very complicated issue. But its simplicity lies in the undeniable fact that the cost of health care, like everything else, has risen.
To the editor: The use of a genealogy database to identify the suspect in the University of Idaho student murders, Bryan Christopher Kohberger, has shown (again) what an effective forensic tool it is.
To the editor: A proposed amendment to the city’s administrative code debated by a City Council committee Monday would impact health care for city retirees going forward.
To the editor: Obviously, union leaders need to have the right to criticize the employer of their workers without being sued. The anti-labor judge, Hector LaSalle, Governor Kathy Hochul’s pick for chief judge.
To the editor: Isn’t it sad and pathetic that Pennsylvania Representative Brian Fitzpatrick was the only Republican member of the House to attend the awards ceremony for the hero Capitol police …
To the editor: It’s 11 ballot losses, and counting, for Kevin McCarthy as House speaker. Despite prostrating himself before some 20 MAGA Republicans and former President Trump, McCarthy …
To the editor: As a retired transit worker, I have memories of bad rulings by bad arbitrators. Now, New York City retirees are experiencing the same from some arbitrator named Martin Scheinman.
To the editor: Transport Workers Union Local 100 is in the news once again with Tony Utano stepping down as president after only one year on the job. I wish him well.
To the editor: So the MLC snuck around and now an amendment to the city’s Administrative Code that will change how health care is paid for will come up for a vote in the City Council.
To the editor: A bill has been drafted by the Municipal Labor Committee and the Office of Labor Relations to gut Administrative Code 12-126, which protects health benefits for active and retired NYC civil servants.