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As in Oregon, California, and Illinois, workers have the ability to opt-out of the New Jersey savings plan after they are automatically enrolled. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A version of New Jersey’s Secure Choice Savings Program Act amended by the Garden State’s Senate passed the General Assembly on Monday by a 55 to 18 vote.

Nick Thornton

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