Advocates are gaining momentum in the already contentious debate over a new fiduciary standard, while opponents warn the rule-making process needs to slow down.

The Labor Department is the latest to weigh in, unveiling details of its own proposed rule that would impose a fiduciary standard on thousands of brokers and advisors providing retirement investment advice.

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