WASHINGTON -- FSI's lobbying team wants its members to tell Congress: Just say no.

The organization is working to stoke opposition to a bevy of regulatory proceedings, including the Labor Department's plan to impose fiduciary responsibilities on advisors working with retirement plans and FINRA's controversial data-collection proposal.

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