Advocates of the Department of Labor's fiduciary standard are pushing back against the Trump administration's bid to potentially revise or repeal the rule, launching a campaign to highlight the financial toll that investors saving for retirement could face as the regulation is delayed.

The campaign comes a day after the Labor Department announced a 60-day delay of the fiduciary standard, which had originally required initial compliance on April 10.

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