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>>[Video] The Union Pension Bailout
Labor Policy Counsel F. Vincent Vernuccio was on Fox Business to discuss Sen. Robert Casey’s “Save Jobs and Create Benefits Act.” The Act includes a multi-billion-dollar bailout for mismanaged union pensions. Vincent slams the bailout and explains why bankrupt union pension plans are essentially “a giant Ponzi scheme.” Watch the clip.
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August 17, 2010: Another Union Bailout?
In the first episode of the new CEI Podcast, Vinnie Vernuccio talks about the latest big labor bailout, proposed by Sen. Robert Casey. His bill would put taxpayers on the hook for as much as $165 billion to bail out underfunded union pensions.
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