In Michigan today, the Senate passed SB 132 to eliminate retirement health care for persons elected or appointed after Nov. 1, 2010 as Supreme Court justices, Court of Appeals judges, Governor, Lt. Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Auditor General, and State Court Administrator.
In New York, the state’s highest court ruled Tuesday that the refusal of New York’s governors and legislators to authorize pay raises for state judges for more than a decade violates the state constitution.
Michigan's judges have not had a pay increase since 2001.
Michigan's trial court judges are not eligible for retirement health care benefits through the state.
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