The industry groups working to scuttle the Department of Labor's fiduciary proposal hit a setback this week on Capitol Hill, but are vowing to continue to fight.

Lawmakers indicated that they had reached a deal on a spending bill to keep the government funded, but that agreement does not include a provision to delay the DoL's controversial proposal to extend fiduciary responsibilities to advisors working with retirement savers and plans.

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