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Judge rules documents released in Delphi pension fight

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A federal judge has ordered the United States Treasury to turn over documents that may be crucial in detailing what role President Obama's administration played in a decision to drop pension plans of salaried Delphi retirees.

The ruling filed in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., also brought the possibility of testimony for former Treasury Department workers, who negotiated terms to terminate Delphi retiree pensions.

About 1,500 retirees in the Mahoning Valley have been fighting to restore large portions of their pension that were cut when the federal government took over their pensions during the 2009 General Motors federal bankruptcy case.

 

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