It took a long time to get it together, but the staff of Pennsylvania Congressman William Coyne finished right before the holiday break. Last week, Coyne introduced The Retirement Opportunity Expansion Act of 2001 (H.R. 3488), a bill to expand pension incentives to low- and middle- income employees without some kind of retirement plan.

"Most of the work that’s been done on pensions in the last few years is for people that already have pensions," said Matt Dinkel, press secretary for Coyne. "This is the first bill focuses primarily on those that don’t have pensions."

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