Any employer who promises in writing to make payments to an employee retirement or
welfare plan, either by contract with an individual employee, by a collective bargaining
agreement, or by agreement with the employee retirement or welfare plan, and who willfully
fails to make the payment within sixty days after they become due and payable is guilty
of a misdemeanor.
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