In the wake of Enron's debacle, the Financial Planning Association wants President George W. Bush to allow 401(k) participants to diversify their holdings out of company stock.

In a letter sent to the White House, FPA President Robert Barry asked the Bush administration to support changes in current federal policy. Barry said today that the FPA would like the administration to scale back plans that induce workers to over-allocate in company stock.

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