Critics call for PBGC probe after inspector general's audit

Shutan, Bruce
June 1999
Employee Benefit News;Jun99, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p53
Reports on a call for congressional hearings into the United States Pension Benefit Guarantee Corporation's (PBGC) benefit discrimination practices. Class-action lawsuit filed by pensioners against PBGC; Problems with data collection at PBGC; Statements issued by Senators Charles Bradley and Kit Bond on the issue.


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