Detroit Free Press — Bipartisan proposal in Congress would restore pensions for Delphi's salaried retirees

     Detroit Free Press | Todd Spangler | March 2, 2022
On Thursday, a group of Republican and Democratic members of Congress will announce legislation that, if passed, would require the U.S. Treasury to fully pay the pensions that more than 20,000 salaried workers saw slashed even as union workers for the Troy-based auto parts supplier had their pensions fully funded amid the Obama administration's rescue of General Motors in 2009 ... Read article ...

Others Support Restoration of Delphi Salaried Pension Plan

Significant understanding of the case for restoration of our pensions was shown in the submission of three Amicus Briefs to support the Delphi salaried retirees' petition to the U.S. Supreme Court:
Amicus Brief – Congressman Mike Turner (OH), and 16 co-signing Representatives
Amicus Brief – NRLN, National Retiree Legislative Network
Amicus Brief – Attorneys General of Michigan and Six Other States

Detroit News — Kildee-led bill seeks to restore clipped pensions for salaried Delphi retirees

     Detroit News | Melissa Nann Burke | March 2, 2022
Bipartisan legislation, led by U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee of Flint Township in the House, would set up a trust fund at the U.S. Department of Treasury that would be used to top off the benefits of the non-union retirees of the former General Motors Corp. parts unit to make them whole. ... Read article ...

Congress is Final Hope for Delphi retirees

     Tribune Chronicle | editorial
Bruce Gump, chair, Delphi Salaried Retirees Association (DSRA), spoke to the Supreme Court declining to hear the retirees' case and said "The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation will continue to be allowed to terminate pensions without the workers and retirees who earned them having any opportunity to even object or check the numbers ~ These men and women continue to suffer the results of the unequal and unfair treatment by the PBGC."
In support, U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Howland, said, "Today’s decision highlights the need for congressional action to restore their pensions and provide them with the retirement benefits that they have always deserved. I will continue to work with my colleagues in both parties to do just that."
U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Marietta, said, "Congress should come together and put any partisan differences aside and solve this once and for all."
U.S. Rep. Mike Turner, R-Dayton, said, “This decision will not stop me from pursuing legislative remedies and urging the Biden administration to get them the answers and treatment they deserve.”
U.S. Sens. Rob Portman and Sherrod Brown of Ohio also have pledged support to these retirees.