President Bush's budget proposal for fiscal year 2002 proposes staff reductions in several areas of the Securities and Exchange Commission, including in the office of investment management which oversees mutual funds, according to an SEC document.

The plan proposes that 57 vacant positions at the SEC not be filled, 13 of which are for the regulation of investment management, according to the document.

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