If a new Congressional bill gets passed as is, one person would not be allowed to run both a mutual fund and a hedge fund, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Rep. Richard H. Baker (R-La.) wants to alter the Mutual Fund Transparency and Integrity Act to bar dual management in mutual and hedge funds. He said in testimony last week that the conflict of interest is "unacceptable."

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