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Oregon’s not the first to set up a retirement program for workers who don't have access to a workplace plan, but it is the first to get it into operation. (Photo: Getty)

The Trump administration may have put the kibosh on state- and municipal-run retirement plans for those workers who aren’t offered one at work, but that doesn’t mean that all the states are listening.

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