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House Panel Approves Bill to Slow Fiduciary Rulemaking
by: Kenneth Corbin
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
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The House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday approved a slew of bills that would slow the pace of regulatory proceedings to expand advisors' fiduciary responsibilities and relax registration requirements, among other measures.

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