The Connecticut state Senate passed a bill to require more disclosure and transparency of hedge funds, private equity firms and venture capitalists. It would also require the investment firms to disclose conflicts of interest to investors.

The measure is now slated to go to the House, where it is possible that Republicans could resist the measure, citing the fact that so many hedge funds do business in the state.

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