Taj Mahal case rejected


The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a union challenge seeking to restore health and pension benefits for more than 1,000 workers at the Trump Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City.  The justices let stand lower court rulings in favor of the former Trump Entertainment Resorts, now owned by investor Carl Icahn, who had threatened to shut down the casino if the court restored benefits.  The company filed for bankruptcy protection in 2014 and a federal bankruptcy judge imposed cost savings sought by the company.  They included terminating health insurance and pension benefits for unionized workers.

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