California's Democratic leaders are moving forward with a retirement program for private sector workers in spite of a resolution signed yesterday (Thursday) by President Trump. Reporter Sally Schilling explains Secure Choice will offer I-R-A's to workers whose employers don't provide them.
A vote in Congress has imperiled California's new state-run retirement program just as officials prepare to launch it. The U.S. House of Representatives voted yesterday (Wednesday) to repeal a federal rule allowing the program. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports.
The state of California will launch a massive new retirement program that could cover nearly 7 million private-sector workers, under legislation singed by Governor Jerry Brown yesterday (Thursday). Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports.
The California Assembly yesterday (Thursday) passed a bill that would create a "state option" for workers whose employers don't offer retirement plans. The California Report's Marisa Lagos has details.