“The multitrillion-dollar retirement savings gap in America is a financial crisis of mind-boggling scope. It is also a moral one. That became clearer this week when a fast-track resolution was introduced in Congress to undermine Oregon and a handful of other states that are trying to make retirement saving easier for lower-income workers, many of them women and minorities. This cynical effort ought to be defeated, and soundly. Congress should protect states’ rights and make it easier to save – not harder.”

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