Regulatory Outlook | 11.16.20
Momentum Grows for Bipartisan Retirement Bill in Divided Congress
Momentum is growing in Congress for a bipartisan retirement bill. House Ways and Means Committee Chair Richard Neal (D-MA) and Rep. Kevin Brady of Texas, the top Republican on the panel, introduced a retirement bill late last month with hopes of congressional action in the lame duck period. It’s unclear exactly when either chamber would take up either measure, but the bipartisan interest from key lawmakers signals that retirement legislation could cross the finish line even if there is split control of Congress in 2021.
Read the full article on The Hill.