NYC Council has no plan to pass bill that would let Mayor Adams charge retired city workers for health care: ‘It’s dead’
Multiple sources in the chamber told the Daily News that the legislation is unlikely to ever get a vote.
Many of the city workers accepted Lower pay for their entire career so getting god benefits above others somewhat justifies the lower Salary
Not his fault that previous administrations overpromised, but ain’t no way in hell that gets passed without union negotiations.
One should not play with the unions like this. History teaches why.
During a contentious Council Labor Committee hearing earlier this month, Adams administration officials said that if the Council does not adopt the 12-126-tweaking bill by Jan. 26, they would move ahead with the drastic option of eliminating all health insurance options for retirees besides Medicare Advantage
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