It's by no means a sign of common ground, but Connecticut's legislature has managed to pass a proposal to create a retirement savings plan for employees within the state whose employers do not already offer one.

The bill passed both the House and Senate, but no Republicans in the Senate voted for the measure, and even three Democrats voted against it; it passed on a tie-breaking vote cast by the state's Democratic lieutenant governor Nancy Wyman.

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