The Department of Labor is now fighting a two-front war in defense of its new fiduciary rule, as another trade group has filed a suit in a Washington federal court, attempting to block the implementation of the new regulation before it takes effect next year.

The National Association for Fixed Annuities, which filed the suit last week, says the Labor Department "exceeded the authority granted to it by Congress."

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