Members of AARP urged Hawaii lawmakers to save a bill that would help residents save for retirement.

They rallied outside the capitol Wednesday hoping to push Senate Bill 1374, which would create a "Hawaii Saves Retirement Savings Program."

AARP state director said this is the fourth year the bill's advanced through both House and Senate only to have it die in the end.

"We have too much at risk right now. We have a lot a large population, 216,000 employees who have no way to save easily at work. That's why we need the Hawaii Saves bill," AARP State Director Barbara Kim said. 

Both the House and Senate have until the end of this week to decide on the bill.