Industry leaders are doubling down on criticism of the Labor Department's proposed fiduciary rule, questioning even if authorities fully understand the rule's likely impact.

Meanwhile, the Labor Department says it has taken comments from opponents and proponents to heart. Amendments to the proposed rule, which affects advisors providing certain retirement advice, are being considered, Labor says.

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