Since 2009, Congressman Mike Turner has led the fight to restore the pensions of the Delphi Salaried Retirees.
In 2009, more than 20,000 Delphi Salaried Retirees lost their futures in a failed government bailout.
Since that time, Congressman Turner has fought for Delphi Salaried Retirees to get the answers and the equitable treatment they deserve. Congressman Turner has led many discussions with the past and current White House Administrations to continue the fight on behalf of our wronged retirees.
In 2020, Congressman Turner, worked with President Donald J. Trump to craft a presidential memorandum that would order the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PCGC) to at long last explain to the Delphi salaried retires what happened to their pensions and provide a pathway to fully restore their pensions. On October 22, 2020 President Trump signed that Presidential Memorandum which represented the first major victory on behalf of Delphi Salaried retirees in over a decade. Even with this victory, there is still more work to be done to right this wrong. Congressman Turner is continuing his effort so hold The PBGC accountable and fully restore the salaried retires pensions.
More on Delphi Salaried Retirees
|9/5/13||Special Inspector General Report Establishes Administration Involvement in Delphi Employee Pension Decisions|
|6/5/13||Turner Announces Next Step in Delphi Pension Investigation|
|5/30/13||Wicker, Turner Call for Continued Investigation into Slashing of Delphi Pensions|
|3/4/13||Delphi Pension Task Force Requests Pension Plan Details|
|2/25/13||Turner Derides Tax Dollars for Auto Executive Salaries as Delphi Retirees Left in the Cold|
|2/6/13||Turner, Ryan found Congressional Task Force on Delphi Pensions|
|9/26/12||Turner Statement on PBGC Rejection of Mediation with Delphi Salaried Retirees|
|9/3/12||Turner Statement on National Debt Passing $16 Trillion|
|8/8/12||Bipartisan Group of Senators, Representatives Request Additional Documents in Delphi Pension Investigation|
|7/9/12||Turner Grills Former Auto Task Force Officials at Oversight Hearing|