Issa Subpoenas Treasury Over Delphi Pension Scandal
by Matthew Boyle 9 Aug 2013
After nearly four years of delay from President Barack Obama’s administration of multiple congressional committee investigations, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa has served subpoenas on the Treasury Department over the Delphi pension scandal.
“Taxpayers deserve the full truth about how decisions were made to use their money in an Administration effort that resulted in protecting generous pensions for unionized Delphi employees while greatly diminishing benefits for non-unionized employees,” Issa, Subcommittee Chairman Rep. John Mica (R-FL) and Rep. Michael Turner (R-OH), who have been leading the investigation, wrote in a letter to Treasury Secretary Jack Lew. “Nearly a year after the Committee’s last request, the Department still had not fully responded; the Department instead provided only a fraction of the responsive documents.”
The subpoena issued demands the release of all documents, records and communications referring or relating to retirement or pension benefits for General Motors Corporation, sent or received by any employee of the Treasury Department, to or from: any employee of the President’s Automotive Task Force, any employee of the United Auto Workers; any employee of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation; any employee of General Motors Company; any employee of Delphi Corporation; any employee of DPH Holdings Corporation; or any Public Official.
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