ArvinMeritor Inc. of Troy, MI, reportedly intends to appeal a Dec. 22 ruling by the U.S. District Court for Eastern Michigan that bars the supplier from altering United Auto Worker union retiree health benefits at facilities it has sold or closed. The company has been reducing health benefits for retirees since 2003 and planned to scrap the coverage Jan. 1 for those 65 and older. In addition to the injunction, the court ordered ArvinMeritor to reinstate full UAW retiree benefits to pre-2003 ...
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