Rail pensions veto overturned

December 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Dec72, Vol. 95 Issue 12, p47
Academic Journal
Reports on the U.S. Congress' vote regarding President Richard Nixon's veto of a bill to increase the pensions of railroad employees on October 4, 1972. Impact on fiscal integrity of railroad retirement system; Increase in financing rate paid by carriers and employees; Ratio of railroad retirees to active employees.


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