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Letter to leaders in Congress in support of EPPRA and in opposition of composite legislation (May 12, 2020)

Speech, Statement, Letter, or Comment

PRC and other organizations sent a letter to Speaker Pelosi, Majority Leader McConnell, Leader McCarthy, and Leader Schumer, urging them to pass the Emergency Pension Plan Relief Act, but strongly opposing composite legislation, including the GROW Act. Read the full letter here. 

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PRC and National Women's Law Center Letter to Department of Treasury-IRS on Spousal Consent During the COVID-19 Emergency (May 1, 2020)

Speech, Statement, Letter, or Comment

PRC and National Women's Law Center sent a second letter to the Department of Treasury and the IRS addressing some of the responses to the first letter on making benefits accessible during the COVID-19 emergency while still protecting the future retirement security of surviving spouses. 

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PRC signed on to letter to Office of Management and Budget opposing DOL proposed regulation on electronic disclosure (April 28, 2020)

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The Pension Rights Center signed on to a letter sent to the Office of Budget and Management opposed the Department of Labor's proposed regulation on electronic disclosure. Read the full letter here. 

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PRC and National Women's Law Center Letter to Department of Treasury-IRS on Spousal Consent During the COVID-19 Emergency (April 14, 2020)

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The Pension Rights Center and the National Women’s Law Center together sent a letter with recommendations on how to make benefits accessible during the COVID-19 emergency while still protecting the future retirement security of surviving spouses. Read the full letter here. 

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PRC Letter to members of the House of Representatives in support of the Rehabilitation for Multiemployer Pensions Act (July 19, 2019)

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PRC sent a letter to members of the House of Representatives urging them to vote in support of H.R. 397, the Rehabilitation for Multiemployer Pensions Act, also known as the Butch Lewis Act. Read the full letter here.

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PRC Letter to the Ways & Means Committee in support of the Rehabilitation of Multiemployer Pensions Act (July 9, 2019)

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The Pension Rights Center sent a letter to Chairman Neal and Ranking Member Brady on the Ways & Means Committee in the House of Representatives ahead of a markup of the Rehabilitation of Multiemployer Pensions Act, also known as the Butch Lews Act. PRC urged the Committee to support the bill and thanked them for adressing this important issue.

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Joint letter to Secretary of the Treasury on Notice 2019-18 on Lump Sum Buy-Outs

Speech, Statement, Letter, or Comment

The Pension Rights Center, AARP, the Alliance for Retired Americans and the National Retiree Legislative Network sent a letter to the Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin urging him to rescind a recent notice that would allow companies to offer lump sum buy-out offers to retirees already receiving their benefits.

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PRC letters in support of multiemployer legislation introduced by Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Congressman Richard Neal (D-MA)

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The Pension Rights Center sent a letter to U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH), expressing its support for the Butch Lewis Act of 2017. Read the letter here [PDF].

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Letter to U.S. House of Representatives leadership urging a "no" vote on the Congressional Review Act Resolutions to overturn the Department of Labor’s common sense rule on “Savings Arrangements Established by States for Non-Governmental Employees

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The Pension Rights Center sent a letter to key leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives urging them to vote against two resolutions that would overturn the common-sense rule issued by the Department of Labor in 2016 to expand retirement savings opportunities for private-sector workers who are not covered by an employer-sponsored retirement plan, such as a traditional pension or 401(k) plan.

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