A proposal giving private-sector workers access to a retirement savings program has cleared the Illinois Senate.

The state Senate passed the measure 30-22 on Wednesday. The program would require businesses with 25 or more workers and no retirement savings plan to enroll employees. Workers would contribute 3 percent of their paycheck into the fund, but they could choose to opt out. The state would oversee the privately managed investment fund.

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