Over the past week, critics of the Department of Labor's contentious fiduciary initiative have issued a torrent of comments blasting the proposed regulation as costly, unworkable and harmful to low- and middle-income investors.
Supporters have countered that the measure is a needed consumer protection that would shield vulnerable investors from conflicted advice as they plan and save for retirement.
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