Two House committees moved on Wednesday to advance proposals to block or overturn the Labor Department's fiduciary rule, the latest Republican-led assault on the controversial regulation.

Both measures passed along party lines, with Republicans carrying the day on a standalone measure that would repeal the regulation and an appropriations bill barring the department from enforcing the rule.

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