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Compromise on Medicare

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.

Catch as catch can

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.

Retirees deserve transparency 

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.

Do yourselves justice, Dems

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.

Where were others?

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 …

At sixes and sevens

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 …

Where's the money hiding?

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.

Step up on carriage horses

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.

Nix the for-profit plan

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.

Keep Medicare as is

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.

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