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Unions & Cadilac Health Care Plans
Big Labor got some big love from President Obama and congressional Democrats yesterday after they agreed to exempt union workers from the whopping Cadillac tax on high-cost health-care plans until 2018. The sweetheart deal, hammered out behind closed doors, will save union employees at least $60 billion over the years involved, while others won't be as lucky -- they'll have to cough up almost $90 billion. The 40 percent excise tax on what have come to be called "Cadillac" health-care plans would exempt collective-bargaining contracts covering government employees and other union members until Jan. 1, 2018. http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/unions_get_pecial_treatment_in_health_AB053CwqPIJlIxXAm37DOM#ixzz0cowvcHYn
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Obamacare's Cadillac Tax Pushing People To Plans With High Deductible- Union You Got What You Wanted
Obamacare's Cadillac Tax Pushing People To Plans With High Deductible - Union You Got What You Wanted
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Hotel workers' strike continues as no negotiation plans are made
Workers at five Hawaii hotels were back on the picket line today, demanding better pay. With no new talks planned between the worker's union "Unite Here, Local 5" and the hotels owned by Kyo-Ya and run by Marriott, we're heading into day four tomorrow.
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Noise from Local 5 strike impacting businesses, guests
27-hundred hotel workers have taken a stand for better pay. Now they're on day seven of striking against five Kyo-ya owned hotels on Oahu and Maui. The impacts on tourism may not be immediately noticeable but the noise from picketers is loud and clear.
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Westin Book Cadillac Detroit hotel workers vote to strike
A group of workers at the Westin Book Cadillac voted Monday to hold a strike against Marriott.
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Union members meet to discuss standoff halting road projects in metro Detroit
A dispute between Local 324 Operating Engineers and the Michigan Infrastructure and Transportation Association (MITA) has led to a complete halt or the slowing down of road construction projects across the state.
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Next-Generation Cadillac SRX Will Be Built At GM's Spring Hill Plant
General Motors has announced the next-generation Cadillac SRX will be built in its Spring Hill, Tennessee plant. A new small gas engine will also be built at the plant.
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Westin Book Cadillac Detroit hotel workers go on strike
Nearly a dozen or more hospitality workers went on strike outside the Westin Book Cadillac in Downtown Detroit early Sunday morning.
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Marriott Westin Book Cadillac workers on strike in Detroit
On Sunday hotel housekeepers, servers, cooks and doormen walked off the job and are on strike at the historic Marriott Westin Book Cadillac in downtown Detroit in what is the first Michigan hotel worker strike in decades.
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Teamsters wake up to betrayal on healthcare;  CRUSH THE FALSE POLITICAL DIALECTIC
The Stench of Truth (276).mp4 !! PROFANITY WARNING!! The Teamsters are upset with Obama and his plan to tax "Cadillac" health plans up to 40%. This will hurt union workers who have negotiated good health coverage. They are waking up a little to the betrayal. Let's move on healthcare. Pick a make or break issue and hammer away at it. I make mine Medicare; no "reform" on the backs of seniors-period! Pick something they have to have to pass this and hammer away your opposition to it. So now what? Got a jerk democrat (or republican) you want rid of? Great, get him out but don't perpetuate the false left right bull and vote in a republican (or democrat). Don't just vote for any third party candidate either. My tool is how deep is he into corporate money? The less the better. Hopefully I'll find some candidates that take none or very little.
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The "Cadillac" Tax
Yale-New Haven Hospital CEO Marna Borgstrom discusses proposals to pay for health care reform partly by taxing higher-end insurance plan benefits.
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When Will the Tesla Tax Credit Disappear? [highlight]
Win 24hrs with a Tesla Model 3 at https://teslanomics.co/100K When Tesla delivers their 200,000th car in the US the federal EV tax credit will begin to phase-out. In this video I look at three scenarios that could play out based on their current delivery numbers - Get more at https://teslanomics.co/join View the full broadcast- https://youtu.be/UZnrYYajGGw // Data Source https://insideevs.com/monthly-plug-in-sales-scorecard/ https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1eRvFLaj8KCx39DEb-efRDIagPRmRpxZgNtkWrfy02nY/edit#gid=191705322 // Prediction // New here? Check out more Most Recent Video - https://goo.gl/k3pWlt Most Popular Video - https://goo.gl/jydACR Subscribe - https://goo.gl/tPDO7v // Shoot me a msg online fb https://fb.com/teslanomics tw https://twitter.com/teslanomicsco // My Gear Books https://kit.com/teslanomicsco/books-i-ve-actually-read Tech https://kit.com/teslanomicsco/tech-gear Camera - https://kit.com/teslanomicsco/camera-gear Model 3 Essentials - https://kit.com/teslanomicsco/tesla-model-3-essentials // Music by Epidemic Sound // EV Tax Credit Government incentives for plug-in electric vehicles Government incentives for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles have been established by several national and local governments around the world as a financial incentives to plug-in electric vehicle vehicles to consumers. These mainly include tax exemptions and tax credits, and additional perks that range from access to bus lines to waivers on fees (charging, parking, tolls, etc.).[1] The amount of these incentives usually depend on battery size and the vehicle all-electric range, and some countries extend the benefits to fuel cell vehicles, and electric vehicle conversions of hybrid electric vehicles and conventional internal combustion engine vehicles. The IEA determined that, as of 2016, 0.2% of all passenger vehicles (approximately 2 million electric vehicles ) are currently on the road worldwide.[2] The world’s total final consumption of energy by sector represented 9,426 Million Tonnes of Oil Equivalent (Mtoe) in 2014, 28% of which is attributed to transport alone, accounting for an increase of 5% from 1971 statistics.[3] Moreover, 23% of energy-related Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions worldwide are also attributable to transport.[4] Thus, the electrification of the transport sector represents an area of opportunity for governments to cut their GHG emissions,[4] which is why they are starting to champion policies that increase plug-in hybrid electric vehicles adoption rates. In his 2011 State of the Union address, President Barack Obama set the goal for the U.S. to become the first country to have one million electric vehicles on the road by 2015.[217][218] For this purpose, his administration pledged US$2.4 billion in federal grants to support the development of next-generation electric vehicles and batteries.[217][218] The funds were allocated as follows: $1.5 billion in grants to U.S. based manufacturers to produce highly efficient batteries and their components; up to $500 million in grants to U.S. based manufacturers to produce other components needed for electric vehicles, such as electric motors and other components; and up to $400 million to demonstrate and evaluate plug-in hybrids and other electric infrastructure concepts—like truck stop charging station, electric rail, and training for technicians to build and repair electric vehicles (greencollar jobs).[219] Considering that actual plug-in car sales were lower than initially expected, as of early 2013, several industry observers have concluded that Obama's one million goal was unattainable.[220][221][222] As of December 2016, approximately 542,000 EVs have been sold to date in the U.S. [223] According to a July 2012 study by Pike Research, cumulative sales will reach the one million goal set by the Obama Administration only in 2018.[224] Other analysts agree that the goal could be achieved in 2018.[225] With only about 400,000 plug-in electric cars sold in the United States by the end of December 2015, Secretary of Energy, Ernest Moniz, said in January 2016 that the one million goal may not be reached until 2020. According to the Secretary purchases have fallen well below President Barack Obama's goal due to low gasoline prices, which had a negative impact on sales. Also improvements in battery technology are required as lowering battery costs is "absolutely critical" to boost electric vehicle sales.[226][227] U.S. cumulative plug-in sales since 2008 achieved the 500,000 unit milestone in August 2016.[225]
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Economy World Report Sept 2013
First we saw thousands of waivers to opt out of Obamacare for political favors, then the employer mandate was pushed back til after the midterm elections. Congress and their staffers will now be subsidized by the taxpayers, now 40,000 longshore and warehouse workers are quitting their affiliation with the AFL-CIO union citing the taxing on cadillac plans in Obamacare. Will we see the unions who fought for this law exempted next?
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Should top PERS recipients pay a 'Cadillac tax'?
Rick Miller suggests Oregon could impose a "Cadillac tax" on higher-earning PERS beneficiaries and use the proceeds to pay down PERS' $25.3 billion unfunded actuarial liability. Miller is a member of the Oregon Public Employees Retirement System task force trying to come up with $5 billion to help build the pension system's reserves. Gov. Kate Brown appointed the task force, which held its final meeting Friday and will deliver its report to Brown on Nov. 1.
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Obamacare's "Cadillac Tax" Scam: Rush Limbaugh explains how it works
"It was designed to trick consumers and policyholders into blaming their insurance companies for tax-induced premium increases. That's what Gruber here is describing as brave."
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Union Lambourghini Health Plan Healthcare Now Nat'l Strategy Conf 11 14 09
For those of you who need more evidence to explain how the nation's Big Three Automakers ended up in such financial strife, take a look at the video I shot as the only journalist attending the 2009 Healthcare-Now.org National Strategy Conference, a single-payer health care confab, Saturday afternoon in St. Louis. It shows union heavyweight Jerry Tucker "spilling the beans" about union members enjoying not the Cadillac, but "the Lambourghini of health care plans." FYI: Tucker is a steering committee member for Labor for Single Payer, a director of the Healthcare Justice Education Fund, a former member of the UAW International Union Executive Committee and a co-founder of the Center for Labor Renewal. To read more about the single-payer agenda, click on the conference logo in the left sidebar at http://bobmccarty.com.
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Heinrich Leads Effort To Repeal Cadillac Tax
U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich spoke on the Senate Floor to underscore the urgency of fully repealing a provision in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) known as the "Cadillac Tax," which would tax high-cost health insurance plans and impact middle-class health benefits for New Mexicans. December 9, 2015.
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Marriott Hotel workers on strike
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Tax on Workers Health Insurance Plans a Bad Idea
Hosting a press conference with labor leaders and organized workers, Sen. Bernie Sanders called for the elimination of a provision in the Senate health reform proposal which would tax some health insurance plans. Imposing an excise tax on health insurance plans would be a disaster for millions of middle class Americans, Sanders said. Sanders introduced an amendment to strike the provision from the Senate-introduced Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The so-called Cadillac health insurance plans in fact can have premiums around $8,500 for an individual plan and $23,000 for a family plan.
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Highest Paid Mafia Boss Tells the TRUTH About the Life
The dark side of the mob. How Michael Franzese, the highest paid Mafia boss since Al Capone, one day decided to walk away from the life. Check out the official Las Vegas Mob Story page on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2kplQgQ Visit the official Valuetainment Store for gear: https://www.valuetainmentstore.com/ The following topics were discussed in this interview with Michael Franzese: - Roy Cohn - The Godfather - Michael Corleone - Rudy Giuliani - John Gotti - Sunny Franzese - Colombo Family - Gambino family - Carmine "The Snake" Persico - Conciegliere - What really happens in the mob life Buy the book: I'll Make You an Offer You Can't Refuse http://amzn.to/2DjuDJh To reach the Valuetainment team you can email: marketing@patrickbetdavid.com Follow Patrick on social media: Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/PatrickBetDavid.Valuetainment/ Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/patrickbetdavid/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/patrickbetdavid Linkedin:https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrick-bet-david-3731553
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Marriott Hotel Workers Strike In SF & US: A Class Battle For All Workers
Twenty five hundred Marriott workers went on strike in San Francisco on October 4, 2018 at 7 Marriott owned hotels in the city. This is part of a national strike of United HERE at Marriotts in Boston, Chicago, Oakland, Hawaii, San Francisco, San Jose, Detroit and other cities. Over 8,300 Marriott workers from 23 hotels have voted to authorize strike action. San Francisco members of Unite Here Local 2 at the Marriott Marqui talked about why they are on strike and the effect of the strike on their convention hotel which is usually 100% full because of convention business. Last year, Marriott made $1.37 billion and they are the largest hotel chain in the world after they bought the Starwood group. Workers at the Marriott hotel spent 5 years trying to organize the union against the union busting tactics of the corporation but we eventually successful. Many of these workers have to work two and three jobs to survive in the Bay Area and this has effects on their families and health and safety. They also face long hours commuting to their jobs. They also face serious health and safety conditions on the job from room cleaners who face sexual assaults to other dangerous health and safety conditions. Additional media: "One Job Is Enough" Thousands Of SF Hotel Workers & Supporters Rally & March To Protest Marriott Hotel Bosses https://youtu.be/ZZ5TCuSIYL0 Billionaires Pay Up! SF Unite HERE Local 2 Bohemian Club Workers Fight For Living Wage https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsEyvHK4X1U Stop Attacking Unite Here Local 2 SF AT&T Ballpark Centerplate Workers-Workers Vote To Strike https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZYQ_-pf4aE Oakland Airport Unite Here 2850 Fast Food Workers Fight Union Busting https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-BarHDMqR8 The ZIM'S HERE Local 2 San Francisco Workers Shut It Down https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VI8orA3Cg0o SF Unite-Here Local 2 Hotel Workers Rally & March On Expiration Of Their 2009 Contract https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7xHpTBiT6M SF 2014 Labor Day March Picket Union Busting Fisherman Wharf Hyatt and Radisson Hotels https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zCAL0ELEW8 35th Anniversary of the 1980 San Francisco Unite Here Local 2 Hotel Strike https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u622q87NDR0 SF HERE Local 2 Hotel Workers Shut It Down In 1980 "Union Town” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_0cY8XIKXE Hyatt Hotel Workers Under Attack-Unite Here Local 2 Picket Hyatt SFO Burlingame https://www.youtube.com/user/laborvideo/search?view_as=subscriber&query=unite+here For more information: For more info: www.facebook.com/unitehere2/ https://unitehere.org/press-releases/breaking-thousands-of-unite-here-marriott-hotel-workers-on-strike-across-america/ Production of Labor Video Project www.laborvideo.org
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The Affordable Care Act and the Cadillac Tax: Looking Ahead to 2018
What does the future hold for employer-sponsored health-care plans? James M. Zajac, CBP, CCP, GRP, Director - Comp and Benefits, STMicroelectronics discusses the possible impact of the Cadillac Tax.
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Part 3 - Manhattan Institute
Governor Chris Christie gives remarks to the Manhattan Institute at The Plaza in New York. Part 3 of 4. May 25th, 2010. (Transcript Below) ...when you look at what happens in health benefits that's just one good example. This union has decided that everyone they represent is entitled to free medical, dental, and vision benefits for themselves and their families from the day they are hired until the day they die. That is—you may think I'm exaggerating, but I am not. In the main in New Jersey neither the members nor their union pays a penny towards their health care, not a penny, and that's a pretty sweet deal, and I can't think of any other job where the employer says well, listen, don't worry about your health insurance. We'll just throw that in no matter what it costs and in fact pick whatever plan you like. In fact, take the most expensive one. We won't even give you a choice. Let's take the Cadillac plan and give it to you. I don't understand why the teacher's union doesn't understand that while everybody else in New Jersey and across the country is paying for a part or all of their health insurance that we should have to pay for all of theirs. It simply doesn't make common sense. It's a question of fairness. I'm not asking them to pick up 100% of the premiums. I'm not even asking them to pick up 50% of their premiums. In fact I've not even asked them to pick up 25% of their premiums, even though that's what I paid as a federal employee and all federal employees pay 25% of premium across the entire country. I'm not even asking them for 10%. I asked them to pay 1.5% of their salary towards their health benefits, 1.5%. Now for the average teacher that makes $55,000 a year in New Jersey we're talking about $825 annually for full family medical, dental, and vision coverage. That's less than $69 a month. Now in the private sector this is a deal that employees would run each other over to get. The response of the teacher's union? This is the gravest attack on public education in the history of the world. Now see I don't get this, because I don't understand why my child will learn better if they have the comfort of knowing that their dear teacher is paying nothing towards their health benefits. I can't imagine your child coming home and saying I can't study. I'm overwrought with anxiety. Why? Why are you overwrought with anxiety? My teacher has to pay 1½% of their salary for their health benefits. Come on Dad. Buck up. You pay it for them. I mean this is ridiculous. It's laughable, yet you have the head of the teacher's union on Saturday standing up at this rally saying we are not the problem. There have never been more incorrect words spoken in front of the Statehouse in Trenton and that is a high bar ladies and gentlemen, a high bar, because I believe that most teachers, most teachers become teachers because they find it so rewarding. They want to make a good living. They want to have financial security just like all the rest of us, but the difference between zero and 1.5% is not going to cause a dedicated teacher to leave the profession. It's not going to stop a kid in college who wants to be a teacher from joining the profession. I think when the union makes that argument they sell their members and their profession extraordinarily short, and they may do that but I'm not going to. I'm going to challenge teachers to be a part of the solution and to challenge their union, and we've had mixed success at that so far but it doesn't mean I'm going to stop, so we need to give mayors and school board members the ability to negotiate a full menu of health benefits that folks can choose from at varying costs with varying kinds of coverage. Now this isn't revolutionary. It happens as you know in the private sector every day. It's happening with federal employees. Why should state and local government workers in New Jersey have a better deal than federal employees? They're all government workers, and federal employees seem to be doing just fine by paying that portion of their benefits. This is just restoring some common sense to a totally out of control system, and if you wonder how much it cost this year alone in New Jersey's budget, $823 million on retiree health benefits alone, $823 million just on retiree health benefits, and you have the teacher's union complaining about my $820 million cut to K-to-12 education. Well, much of that cut wouldn't be necessary if people would start contributing towards their own health benefits like it's done in the rest of the civilized world outside of New Jersey. Pension reform is also necessary, and we've passed some pension reform already in New Jersey as it applies to future employees, but we need to get to the problem of present employees... (...)
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Canada's biggest union
It's Labour Day and members of Unifor - Canada's new "super union" - were out in force to celebrate. As Christina Stevens reports, Unifor plans to one day be a voice for all Canadian workers. For more info, please go to http://www.globalnews.ca
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Marriott workers go on strike in San Francisco
Having been without a contract since Aug. 15, some 2,500 Marriott employees are on strike in San Francisco to negotiate for higher pay, job security and safer working conditions. CBS San Francisco's Jackie Ward reports. Subscribe to the CBS News Channel HERE: http://youtube.com/cbsnews Watch CBSN live HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1PlLpZ7 Follow CBS News on Instagram HERE: https://www.instagram.com/cbsnews/ Like CBS News on Facebook HERE: http://facebook.com/cbsnews Follow CBS News on Twitter HERE: http://twitter.com/cbsnews Get the latest news and best in original reporting from CBS News delivered to your inbox. Subscribe to newsletters HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1RqHw7T Get your news on the go! Download CBS News mobile apps HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Xb1WC8 Get new episodes of shows you love across devices the next day, stream CBSN and local news live, and watch full seasons of CBS fan favorites like Star Trek Discovery anytime, anywhere with CBS All Access. Try it free! http://bit.ly/1OQA29B --- CBSN is the first digital streaming news network that will allow Internet-connected consumers to watch live, anchored news coverage on their connected TV and other devices. At launch, the network is available 24/7 and makes all of the resources of CBS News available directly on digital platforms with live, anchored coverage 15 hours each weekday. CBSN. Always On.
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Labor Unions' Obamacare's 'Cadillac Tax' 40%
Labor Unions' Latest Problem: Obamacare's 'Cadillac Tax' Harms Their Gold-Plated Health Insurance Plans As health coverage expands to tens of millions of Americans--through Medicaid expansion in states and the new state health insurance exchanges that will soon begin selling individual health coverage--some Americans with employer-sponsored health coverage are seeing their benefits decrease. One of the most significant, and controversial, provisions of the Affordable Care Act is the new excise tax on high-cost health plans proposed to both slow the rate of growth of health costs and finance the expansion of health coverage. The provision is often called the "Cadillac" tax because it targets so-called Cadillac health plans that provide workers the most generous level of health benefits. These high-end health plans' premiums are paid for mostly by employers. They also have low, if any, deductibles and little cost sharing for employees. Proponents of the new excise tax argue that these benefit-rich plans insulate workers from the high cost of care and encourage the overuse of care--such as unnecessary tests and hospital visits--that raise US health costs overall. However, the plans may be more costly and therefore subject to the new excise tax for reasons other than their generous benefits, including plan participants' health status or advanced age. A 40 percent excise tax will be assessed, beginning in 2018, on the cost of coverage for health plans that exceed a certain annual limit ($10,200 for individual coverage and $27,500 for self and spouse or family coverage). Health insurance issuers and sponsors of self-funded group health plans must pay the tax of 40 percent of any dollar amount beyond the caps that is considered "excess" health spending. Although the excise tax does not take effect for another four years, many employers are already scaling back their health benefit offerings or increasing workers' deductibles and copays to avoid paying the tax. Proponents argue that employers need a renewed focus on cost control, and that when consumers must pay a share of the costs, they will be less likely to overuse care. For consumers, especially those in poor health or with chronic illnesses who rely on Cadillac plans to cover high annual medical expenses, the tax means that they'll have to pay much more for their health care. Critics of the tax say it unfairly "hollows out" and "slashes" health benefits. It's not yet clear how widely the excise tax will be felt by both employers and consumers. This brief explains the tax, its current and projected effects, and what's next in the debate as the tax moves toward full implementation in 2018.
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Teamsters union leaving Hillary Clinton for Donald Trump?
LifeZette.com Political Editor Keith Koffler on reports the Teamsters union is refusing to endorse Hillary Clinton and is seeking a meeting with Donald Trump. Watch Dagen Mcdowell and Maria Bartiromo talk about Elections on Mornings With Maria.
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Obamacare - Concerns "Cadillac Tax" Forcing Employers To Cut Back Health Plans
Obama: "if you like your health care plan, you can keep it." Obamacare Concerns "Cadillac Tax" Forcing Employers To Cut Back Health Plans
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Steve Leser on Cashin In 10-24-09 Regarding Cadillac Health Care Tax Exemptions for Federal Workers
Steve Leser on Fox News' Cashin In 10-24-09 Regarding Cadillac Health Care Tax Exemptions for Federal Workers. A proposal exists to tax health care plans that are worth above a certain threshold. Exemptions are proposed for unions and now federal workers. Steve Leser defends the idea of the exemption for Federal workers against the Cashin' In crew.
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Obama Admin Proposing Tax Exemptions For Some Union Health Plan Obamacare - The Kelly File
Wake The Hell Up America Your Republic & Freedom In Grave Danger! Obama Admin Proposing Tax Exemptions For Some Union Health Plan - The Kelly File
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Leo Gerard & Nick Gaitaud: Two Generations of Steelworkers Talk Union
GRITtv: What does the present look like for union members? What does the future hold? At the AFL-CIO Convention GRITtv spoke with Leo Gerard, the President of the United Steel Workers (USW) and Nick Gaitaud of USW Local 2150 (OR) Distributed by OneLoad.com
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Announcement By Union For Striking Baumann Workers
An announcement is expected by the union representing drivers and other workers on strike against the Baumann Bus Company on Long Island.
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Employees strike at Marriott hotel properties in Hawaii
The union said more than 12,000 Marriott employees are working under expired contracts in the U.S. In Hawaii, 3,500 workers are affected.
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Leo Gerard Sounds Off on Cadillac Tax
USW International President, Leo Gerard, Sounds Off on Cadillac Tax
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Papantonio: Labor Unions Will Concede Insurance Tax - The Ring Of Fire
Labor unions are unhappy about Obama's plan to tax Cadillac health insurance plans to pay for reform. But would they concede this for card check? Mike Papantonio appears on Fox's Bulls and Bears to talk about why they need to use this to their advantage.
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ObamaCare Disaster - Companies Now Cutting Employee Benefits to Avoid Cadillac Tax
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Marriott workers strike in Boston
More than 1,500 hotel workers in Boston are striking for better wages that they say will allow them to live in the city. Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1e8lAMZ Get more Boston news: http://www.wcvb.com Like us: https://www.facebook.com/wcvb5 Follow us: https://twitter.com/WCVB Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wcvb5/
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Labor Notes' Mark Brenner Tackles Unions' Health Care Deal
Did unions paint themselves into a corner, cutting a deal on the so-called "Cadillac tax" that won't work and casts them as a special interest? Mark Brenner tackles this question on Fox Business Live.
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Chicago Hotel Workers Strike for Decent Health Care
Chicago's UNITE HERE union is engaged in one of the largest labor actions in the city in decades, for a new contract for service workers at 30 hotels, with simultaneous strikes at 26 of these. We speak to the Local 1 strike captain Visit https://therealnews.com for more stories and help support our work by donating at https://therealnews.com/donate.
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Heller Pushes for Full Repeal of Cadillac Tax in  Senate Finance Committee
(Washington, DC) –Recently, U.S. Senator Dean Heller (R-NV) spoke at a United States Committee on Finance markup in support of his bipartisan legislation to repeal the Cadillac tax, a devastating 40 percent excise tax on employer-sponsored health care. The tax will negatively impact 1.3 million in Nevada alone, including public employees, service industry workers, and small business owners and retirees.
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HOTEL STRIKE: Workers walk off the job in a pay dispute at San Francisco hotels
Workers walk off the job in a pay dispute at San Francisco hotels
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Heller: It Didn't Feel Good To Be On The Same Side As The Culinary Union
1.5 million Nevadans would've been affected by this Cadillac tax of 40%. So that's school teachers, public employees, private and small businesses, seniors would've been affected by it, the Culinary Union, this was a coalition. It was the first time I think I've ever been on the same side as the Culinary Union, first time in twenty-five years of politics, we were actually out on the same side. Didn't feel good, just so you know. It didn't feel good
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Las Vegas Unions Strike and Won't Vote Democrat Over Obamacare
Las Vegas Unions Strike and Won't Vote Democrat Over Obamacare Contract negotiations are stalled for thousands of workers at casinos on the Strip and in downtown Las Vegas to the point where they may go on strike — and the sticking point is Obamacare. On Feb. 20, thousands of housekeepers, porters, cooks, cocktail servers, and others represented by Nevada's largest union, the Culinary Union Local 226, voted to end a contract extension the workers agreed to last summer. The union wants to maintain its current benefits — including health care coverage at no cost to workers, pensions, and guaranteed 40-hour workweeks. Rising health care costs due to provisions in the Affordable Care Act could put those benefits in jeopardy, the union says. "The biggest hurdle to reaching settlements in Vegas is the new costs imposed on our health plan by Obamacare," Donald "D" Taylor, president of Unite Here, the parent union of CU Local 226, told BuzzFeed in a statement. "Even though the president and Congress promised we could keep our health plan, the reality is, unless the law is fixed, that won't be true." On March 20, workers will have the opportunity to decide whether or not they would want to walk off the job at several hotels, including the Stratosphere, the Riviera, and the Plaza. Attribution Intro by: Laurent Caccia Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ http://www.youtube.com/laurentcaccia
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Marriott Workers Protest Outside Of SF And SJ Hotels
Jackie Ward reports on Marriott hotel workers striking in San Francisco and San Jose (10-4-2018)
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Local 2, UNITE HERE, strikes Marriott to raise pay and benefits.
On October 6, Local 2 members picketed the 4 major Marriott hotels in downtown SF, to demand pay and benefit increases to allow them to live in the Bay Area. Many Local 2 members have had to move out of San Francisco to find affordables places to live. Khalid, a local 2 member, explains why he was pushed out of SF by rising rents and how deals with his 4 hour commute each day.
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Throwback: Indianapolis General Motors employees go on strike
In 2007, members of the United Auto Workers union at the Indianapolis General Motors plant went on strike. Local union members expressed concerns over pay, healthcare and job stability.
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Labor leaders meeting with Obama and Biden; Want tax subsidies and other favors for Obamacare
Union fears about the effect of Obamacare on their health insurance plans were receiving swift attention from the White House Friday as President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden prepared to huddle with labor leaders. The session scheduled for 3.35 pm in the Roosevelt Room of the White House comes just two days after the largest union federation, the AFL-CIO passed a resolution calling for sweeping changes. "It is entirely possible that this afternoon, the president will try to placate the unions, offer them some kind of exemption from some part of the plan," Fox News business contributor Stuart Varney said Friday on "Fox & Friends. Or, Varney said, it could even lead to a delay in the implementation of the individual mandate for another year, "like they've delayed the employer mandate." "Unions offer generous plans," Varney pointed out. "They're going to be taxed. That's going to hurt membership. They're already declining, "Obamacare could kill some of them off. "The unions say, 'This is highly disruptive. We want changes.'" The White House meeting, comes after the AFL-CIO wrapped up its quadrennial meeting in Los Angeles Wednesday with a strongly worded resolution saying Obamacare will drive up costs of health insurance plans to the point where both workers and employers are forced to abandon them. Harold Schaitberger, president of the International Association of Firefighters, who chaired the committee that hammered out the final resolution, said the motion was intended to "point out the criticisms without being overly caustic." It was toned down from an original draft that called for repeal of the act unless changes were made. The White House had spent days lobbying the unions urging them not to pass that resolution, the Associated Press reported. "There have to be some changes made in the areas that are giving a number of our unions great concern," said Schaitberger. The resolution claimed Obamacare will increase costs for so-called "Cadillac plans" that are jointly administered by companies and unions, especially those in the construction, retail and transportation industries. It also expressed concern that fewer union workers would be hired and many employers would drop coverage altogether. Immediately after the resolution was passed, the White House said there was nothing in the reforms that altered the law for union plans, but the speed at which the meeting has been arranged suggests more changes and possible delays could be on the way. Unions had been among the most enthusiastic supporters of healthcare reform, but once it was enacted they started to see problems with the way Obamacare would be implemented. Their official change of heart comes at a crucial time, less than three weeks before health care exchanges open for business. "This is a crucial time," said Varney." The unions are building up to the 2014 elections. They traditionally supported the president. Are they going to give the same support to an administration that has not come through for them, and which may ruin them with Obamacare?"
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Warning: The Health Care Cadillac Tax Is Coming Soon
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