The landmark Connecticut bill expected to address the future retirement challenges for private sector employees in the state has jumped its first legislative hurdle.

On March 18, Senate Bill 249, coined an “act to promote retirement savings,” has been approved by the Connecticut General Assembly’s Labor and Public Employees Committee. A favorable 7-3 vote pushes the proposal to its next round of deliberations.

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