Can the Kline-Miller amendment be overturned in court?

Opponents were already weighing their legal options in response to this week's passage by Congress of the amendment allowing troubled, multiemployer pension plans to cut retiree benefits.

Among them, the Pension Rights Center, which tried to block the amendment's approval in Congress, said in a statement that it is "exploring possible legal, including constitutional, challenges."

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