Senate Democrats in Connecticut are pushing for a state-sponsored 401(k) retirement plan for small businesses, designed for employers who can’t afford to offer a retirement plan to their workers.

Senate President Donald Williams Jr., D-Brooklyn, said he estimates about 75% of Connecticut’s small employers – those businesses with 100 or fewer employees – do not offer retirement benefits, leaving approximately 500,000 workers without a plan.

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