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|Pension Rights Center Pushes Enron Pension Bill, Criticizes Letter of American Benefits Council (PDF)|
Pension Rights Center
Oct. 16, 2002
Excerpt: [The American Benefits Council] objects to establishing an Office of Pension Participant Advocate within the Labor Department on the ground that such an office is 'unnecessary,' 'duplicative,' could result in the 'development of divergent policies,' and would be predisposed to litigation. In fact, such an Office is very necessary, would not duplicate the functions of any other office, would serve only in an advisory capacity, and would not litigate.
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