In the Winter 2017 issue of the Benefits Law Journal, attorney David Morse of K&L Gates challenges recent attacks by business groups on state auto-IRA programs, such as OregonSaves that is already successfully up and working. He responds to “factually inaccurate and incorrect legal reasoning” intended to impede the implementation of these state programs designed to help the more than 55 million workers who currently lack access to any employer-sponsored retirement savings program.
Rep. Kind: Small Businesses Add Value for Employees Act
Rep. Walberg: Increasing Access to a Secure Retirement Act
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