The two Republican members of the Securities and Exchange Commission said they are not opposed to further reform of the money fund industry, but that changes advocated by Chairman Mary Schapiro “were not supported by the requisite data and analysis.’’

“Further action must be advanced on the basis of data and rigorous analysis showing that any such changes to our existing rules would be workable, would be effective in achieving their purpose, and would not unwisely disrupt the functioning of money market funds and short-term credit markets,’’ Commissioners Daniel M. Gallagher and Troy A. Paredes said in a statement released Tuesday evening.

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