Bill on some federal employees' workers' comp draws opposition

07/27/2011 | · National Journal

An official with the Office of Personnel Management voiced opposition during a congressional hearing to a Senate bill that would prevent federal and postal employees from receiving workers' compensation benefits once they reach retirement age. The measure would worsen the situation for disabled employees who are unable to make contributions to their Thrift Savings Plans and are ineligible to receive Social Security benefits, and some might not receive health benefits upon retirement, OPM Deputy Director Christine Griffin said.

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