A bill aimed at addressing the retirement gap and bolstering women's financial security was reintroduced Thursday in the Senate and House.
A CalPERS-backed bill that would have kept certain details related to its private debt investments secret failed to pass out of committee.
The White House and a bipartisan group of senators struck a deal on a $559 billion framework aimed at fixing the nation’s infrastructure.
Legislation requiring public companies to disclose ESG metrics was narrowly approved by the House, but its prospects are uncertain in the Senate.
Texas is drawing battle lines in a fight against investors and companies turning their backs on fossil fuels.
The Maine Senate passed legislation to require the state, including Maine Employees' Retirement System, to divest from fossil fuels.
A flurry of retirement-related bipartisan bills have been introduced in Congress recently.
House Democrats reintroduced bills to require retirement plan fiduciaries to take into account and explain how ESG factors are considered.
A bill to prevent the Federal Retirement Thrift from directing retirement funds to Chinese stocks was reintroduced in the Senate and House.
A bill that would forbid Thrift Savings Plan assets from being invested in Chinese companies has been introduced in the Senate.
A plan advanced by Nebraska lawmakers would transfer the administrative duties of the Omaha School Employees pension plan to a state board.
President Biden seeks to spend $2 trillion on infrastructure investment and to stem climate change, while addressing other policy concerns.
House Democrats, led by Rep. Bill Pascrell, introduced a new bill to end the carried interest tax treatment for investment fund managers.
A bill that would give Thrift Savings Plan participants the ability to divest from the fossil-fuel industry was introduced in the House.
A bipartisan bill that would provide an incentive for S corporations to convert to an ESOP structure has been introduced in the House.
The House passed a $1.5 trillion infrastructure package with measures that Democrats described as “green,” but its future is unknown.
Small businesses and hospitals will get more money from a $484 billion coronavirus relief package passed by the House.
The Senate passed a nearly $500 billion coronavirus relief package aimed mostly at small businesses affected by COVID-19.
A bill that would suspend required minimum distributions from DC plans for the current year has been introduced in the House.
The Trump administration struck a deal with the Senate on a historic $2 trillion rescue package to bolster the hobbled U.S. economy.
The Kentucky House approved a bill that would move the administration of the County Employees Retirement System to its own board.
Sens. Bernie Sanders and Chris Van Hollen introduced a bill that would increase oversight on non-qualified deferred compensation plans.
The New Mexico Legislature has passed three bills impacting the state's largest asset owners.
Georgia's Senate approved a bill that would allow the Georgia Teachers' Retirement System to invest up to 5% of its assets in alternatives.
The first major retirement security package in more than a decade is on the cusp of being signed into law.