A Connecticut coalition formed to urge passage of the state's version of President Barack Obama'a MyRA plan on Tuesday renewed its call for the legislature to approve it.

The Retirement for All CT Coalition held a press conference on the steps of the state Capitol in Hartford touting a bill sponsored by state Senate Majority Leader Martin Looney, a Democrat. The bill was not voted on last year and is expected to be reintroduced this month.

"President Obama took an important step by creating a new MyRA plan at the federal level, but we need to do more to ensure people from every walk of life have the ability to save for their future," said Bette Marafino, president of the Connecticut Alliance for Retired Americans.

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