Sen. Rob Portman Questions Treasury Secretary Nominee

Portman Asks Treasury Secretary Nominee Jacob Lew Tough Questions Regarding Ohio’s Delphi Salaried Retirees Stripped of Pensions

Decreased retiree income and benefits will cost the Dayton area about $80 million per year in lost economic activity

Washington, D.C. – Today [2013-02-13], U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio), former director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), submitted questions for the Congressional Record for the Senate Finance Committee hearing considering the nomination of Jacob Lew to serve as Treasury Secretary regarding the treatment of retired Delphi salaried workers during the General Motors bankruptcy. ~  said Portman. “I am concerned by the lack of transparency throughout this process, and will continue to push the Administration to answer tough questions regarding the unfair treatment of Delphi retirees.” ~~ Read more - Sen. Portman complete press release and questions

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