Nine Senators Ask for a Senate Finance Committee Hearing for The Susan Muffley Act of 2023

In a recent letter, nine U.S. senators from Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and one from Wisconsin, joined together in a bipartisan request for a hearing by the Senate Finance Committee.
The request is to Senators Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Mike Crapo (R-ID), the Democratic chair, and ranking Republican member, of the Senate Finance Committee. The nine senators ask that the Committee hold a hearing on the Susan Muffley Act of 2023 (S.2277).
This is a positive step because some Senate leaders believe that "regular order" should be applied to The Susan Muffley Act. This term is defined as semi-strict or strict application of committee and subcommittee processes, including public hearing opportunities and the holding of multiple votes.
Delphi salaried retirees and their family and friends in each of these five states can send "thank you" emails to the senators who signed the letter. The messages are identical to all nine senators, but can be customized if desired.

Sen. Sherrod Brown and Rep. Mike Turner Press Conference — Supporting Delphi Salaried Retirees

Congressman Mike Turner (R-OH-10) and Senator Brown (D-OH) held a press conference in Dayton, Ohio, on Monday February 26, 2024. They met with about 30 Delphi salaried retirees before the press conference, they emphasized that their focus right now is to gain support needed to hold a Senate Committee Hearing — reinforcing why outreach to Senate Republicans is so important, and must continue.
Thanks to Congressman Turner and Senator Brown for their bipartisan, bicameral representation and leadership for Delphi salaried retirees. Thanks to retirees Tom Green, Bruce Gump, Mary Miller, and Tom Rose for representing all our retirees at this event, and thanks to the retirees who were invited and able to attend and candidly express their concerns.

Susan Muffley Act Introduced in The Senate as S. 2277

Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Senator Mike Braun (R-IN) announced the bipartisan introduction of The Susan Muffley Act in The Senate as Senate Bill S.2277 to recover and restore the reduced pensions of 20,000 salaried retirees of former auto supplier Delphi Corporation. The Senate bill was supported by nine original cosponsoring senators from both sides of the aisle, including Senator Chuck Schumer, Senate Majority Leader.