President Bush today appointed a team of top administration officials to review rules regarding pension plans in what he called an effort to ensure the safety of workers’ retirement savings.

The move, which came in a meeting with Bush’s economic team this morning, is largely in response to the bankruptcy of Enron, the Texas energy firm that has ties to the Bush administration and now faces a criminal investigation by the Justice Department.

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