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  1. Senators urge caution on multiemployer cuts

    trueDemocratic members of the Senate Finance Committee asked Treasury Department officials to tread carefully as they develop the process for implementing multiemployer pension reforms enabling some plans to cut benefits.

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  1. Colorado pension bond bill fails to clear Senate before session ends

    trueA bill to issue pension obligations bonds for the $45 billion Colorado Public Employees' Retirement Association, Denver, is dead after it failed to clear both chambers before the legislative session ended.

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  2. House committee advances military pension reforms

    trueThe House Armed Services Committee on Thursday passed a defense spending bill that includes reforms to the military retirement system that encourage defined contribution savings.

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  3. Rep. Crowley calls for universal retirement accounts

    trueRep. Joseph Crowley, D-N.Y., laid out a sweeping proposal for increasing Americans' retirement savings and other long-term needs Tuesday.

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  4. CalPERS investment committee takes no position on coal divestment bill

    trueThe CalPERS investment committee by an 11-1 vote Monday approved investment staff's recommendation to take no official position on state legislation calling on both the pension fund and CalSTRS to divest from investments in coal companies.

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  5. Global hunt for offshore tax cheats

    trueToday, many financial institution executives and foreign governments might soon start feeling much the same way about the rising tide of FATCA — the U.S. Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act — which is finally reaching their shores after its initial enactment in 2010.

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  6. House budget calls for higher federal employee contributions and lower G Fund return

    trueThe House adopted a fiscal year 2016 budget Wednesday that calls for higher retirement contributions from federal workers and a lower rate of return for the Thrift Savings Plan's G Fund.

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  7. More transparency sought at FSOC

    trueMembers of the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee pressed for more transparency at the Financial Stability Oversight Council during a hearing Wednesday.

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    trueLitigation, regulation, legislation and some consternation emerged as dominant themes at the annual Pensions & Investments' East Coast Defined Contribution Conference, held March 1-3 in Miami.

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  9. Banks join technology chiefs to press Congress for cybersecurity bill

    true.P. Morgan Chase, Lockheed Martin and Microsoft are among 32 technology, banking and retail companies urging lawmakers to pass legislation that provides legal protection for sharing hacking threats.

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  10. Pension cuts? All I worked "now was for nothing'

    truePension cuts? All I worked "now was for nothing'

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  11. 2 multiple employer plan bills introduced

    trueMultiple employer plans could be a more viable option for smaller employers and service providers under bipartisan legislation introduced Thursday in the House and Senate.

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  12. Hatch lays out retirement savings agenda for Senate Finance Committee

    trueTax reform that includes a broader base and lower rates, and new retirement savings incentives, will be top priorities of the Senate Finance Committee, incoming Chairman Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, said Tuesday at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

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  13. ERISA Industry Committee names new CEO

    trueAnnette Guarisco Fildes was named CEO of the ERISA Industry Committee Monday.

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