Supporters of the Department of Labor’s fiduciary proposal struck back today in the face of mounting Republican opposition to the changes.
Responding to legislation approved by the House Financial Services Committee to halt the DoL's proposed rule changes, the Consumer Federation of America said the largely partisan vote would halt efforts to protect investors.
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