WASHINGTON -- More than 60 advisors from 21 states are fanning out on Capitol Hill on Tuesday to press members of Congress and their staffers for legislation that would enhance oversight of the RIA sector -- and make the case for a uniform fiduciary standard that would apply to broker-dealers serving the retail sector.

The group has lined up more than 80 meetings with legislative offices, with plans to meet directly with at least 25 lawmakers, as part of its first Capitol Hill advocacy day, says FPA president Janet Stanzak.

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