U.S. Postal Service Health Care Proposal Would Shift 480,000 Retirees Into Part D
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The proposal to shift retirees into Medicare Part D is part of a broader plan to reduce health care costs at the struggling organization. It would also require all USPS retirees to enroll in Medicare Parts A and B.
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