City retirees’ health benefits guaranteed, but at level from ’80s
Workers who were employed by the city of Chicago before 2003 are guaranteed health-care coverage under the Illinois Constitution at levels that were set more than 30 years ago, a state appeals panel ruled Thursday.The decision from the 1st District Appellate Court is a mixed victory for the city and the retirees who have been fighting over whether the municipal government must subsidize its workforce health care since 1983 …
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