Retired Judge Loses Suit Over Health Care, Sick Days
A unanimous New York appellate panel has dismissed a suit by a former town justice seeking pay for unused sick days and lifetime health benefits for himself and his wife. Donald Suttlehan alleges that a resolution requiring elected officials to pay 25 percent of the cost of a family medical plan after retiring was discriminatory.
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