WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley's Supermarkets here said it has decided to stop providing health care coverage to retired hourly employees 65 and older, effective July 1. Raley's has arranged for retirees to receive a group rate on insurance plans sponsored by the chain from Hartford and Kaiser Permanente, which offer similar coverage to the existing Raley's plan but at higher monthly costs. "Most employers today do not provide medical benefits in retirement," said Jerry Landers, senior ...

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