The Michigan Supreme Court has scheduled November 7 oral arguments on the litigation challenging the 2010 law requiring public school employees to surrender 3% of their salary for retiree health care although this health care is not guaranteed.  The case covers people in the Michigan Public School Employee Retirement System (MPSERS) and payments made starting on July 1, 2010 and continuing until no later than January 9, 2013. The case has been pending since 2010.

AFT Michigan has prevailed twice in the Michigan Court of Appeals. The final decision will now come from the Michigan Supreme Court.

The argument is set for Tuesday, November 7 in the Supreme Court chambers in Lansing. It is open to the public and begins at 10 a.m.