5/21/2013

The House of Representatives has passed a bill, put forward by Rep. Scott Garrett, R-N.J., to require the Securities and Exchange Commission to apply a cost-benefit analysis when considering new regulations. However, it's considered unlikely that the bill will survive in the Senate. Regulators and industry groups fear the measure would create additional obstacles to new SEC rules, particularly the proposal to impose fiduciary duties on brokers.

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