House passes bill that delays DOL and SEC fiduciary rules

The House has passed legislation that would require the Department of Labor and the Securities and Exchange Commission to delay adoption of fiduciary rules for stock brokers and retirement account financial advisers. An aide to the Senate banking committee said the committee has "no interest" in taking up the bill. The White House said that President Barack Obama would veto the bill if it passed the Senate.

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