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closeup photo of the nation's capitol building The Retirement Enhancement and Savings Act should have been passed ‘eons ago,’ said Senator Ron Wyden D-OR and Finance Committee chairman Chuck Grassley, R-IA, and other lawmakers echoed his sentiment. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The Retirement Enhancement and Savings Act, a wide-ranging retirement bill that first passed out of the Senate Finance Committee by unanimous vote in 2016, should have been passed into law “eons ago,” according to ranking member Ron Wyden, D-OR.

Nick Thornton


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