Industry observers and lobbyists cautiously applauded President Bush's move earlier this month to appoint a team of top administration officials to review rules regarding pension plans in the wake of the financial meltdown of Enron.

The 401(k) plans of many Enron employees were weighted heavily in Enron stock, which resulted in substantial losses in retirement savings when the company imploded.

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