Senate Democrats on Wednesday introduced broad legislation intended to overhaul pension laws.

Among other things, the bill would let companies give their employees access to independent investment advisers at registered broker-dealers, banks, or insurance companies. It would prohibit administrators of a company's pension or 401(k) plan from also serving as advisers.

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