PENSION REFORM LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF THE PENSION PROTECTION ACT OF 2006
Item #: 61143
Published: Getzville; Katie Haymes; 2007.
Subjects: BUSINESS/ECONOMICS, INVESTMENTS, LEGISLATIVE HISTORY
The Pension Protection Act of 2006 represents the mostextensive revision of American pension law in over 30 years.Affecting approximately 44 million Americans, the Act isdesigned to restore stability to employer-based pensions.The eventual text of the Act, as represented by the finalversion of H.R. 4, resulted from a breakdown of negotiationsbetween the House and Senate over a broader bill, H.R. 2830,that would have combined pension reform with the extensionof popular Bush Administration tax breaks. This compilationincludes all the relevant documents related to thelegislative history of the Act, including hearings, reports,bill versions, congressional committee prints, CBO estimatesand presidential comments.
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