Connecticut has become the latest state to take its next step in joining the movement to offer the estimated 42 percent of workers (about 55 million people) without access to employer-provided retirement plans a means to save for retirement.

The Trump administration may have reversed Obama-era rules allowing states and municipalities to launch their own retirement plans for workers who have no access to such plans at work, but that doesn't mean that the issue is dead. Not by a long shot.

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