Does anyone really care about proxy votes? That's the big question as last Friday's deadline loomed for comment on a proposed Securities and Exchange Commission rule that would require disclosure of mutual fund proxy voting on public companies [see MFMN 9/30/02, 10/21/02].

After all, some mutual fund groups already have been disclosing their proxy voting policies and votes for quite a while.

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