Posts filed under: Retirement

David Hecker’s column in the Oakland Press calls out Bill Schuette for trying to rewrite history: “Following the Supreme Court’s ruling, Schuette’s communications director immediately tried to spin the case to make the attorney general look innocent in dragging out...
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In a unanimous order issued today, the Michigan Supreme Court affirmed the decision of the Michigan Court of Appeals directing that 3% deducted from pay of Michigan public school employees be refunded to all PreK-14 education educators and those university...
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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...
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AFT Michigan filed our joint brief with the MEA and AFSCME at the MI Supreme Court last week. The State will file a reply by September 20. The case will then sit until it’s scheduled for argument, probably in the spring of...
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If you’re just starting at a public school in Michigan this year, recent legislative changes mean you have some important decisions to make about your retirement. This guide lays out some of the pros and cons of each option to...
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Hot off the presses–the MI Alliance for Retired Americans newsletter!...
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