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President's Agenda to Strengthen Retirement Security
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President George W. Bush participates in a roundtable discussion at Madison Central High School in Madison, Miss., Wednesday, Aug. 7. White House photo by Eric Draper.
President George W. Bush participates in a roundtable discussion at Madison Central High School in Madison, Miss., Wednesday, Aug. 7. White House photo by Eric Draper.

President's Plan to Strengthen Retirement Security

President Bush believes that economic freedom is essential to individual success and prosperity. The President's economic agenda invests in individuals by creating jobs, expanding opportunities to save and invest, providing a good education, and helping each American own part of the American dream.

An important component of the President's economic security agenda is providing American workers and retirees new tools to protect their pensions, investments, and retirement security. The President has announced the implementation of rules that require workers to receive a 30-day notification before any "blackout" restrictions are placed on their 401(k) plans.

>>More about the Retirement Security

Speeches and News Releases
October 19, 2002
President Acts to Protect Pensions and Retirement Security
 
October 19, 2002
President Takes Action to Protect Pensions and Retirement Security for All Americans
 
August 13, 2002
President's Economic Forum: Small Investor and Retirement Security Session
The President listens to concerns and ideas from panelists at the Small Investors and Retirement Security discussion session at the President's Economic Forum held at Baylor University in Waco, Texas on Tuesday August 13, 2002.  White House photo by Paul Morse
 
August 7, 2002
President Calls for Medical Liability Reform and Worker Pension Protection
 
April 11, 2002
President's Statement on House Passing Pension Reform Legislation
 
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