The House of Representatives refused to give rule-making authority over many investment advisory firms to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.

On Friday, the House, in a voice vote, adopted an amendment to the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act that eliminates a provision that would have given FINRA rule-making authority over many investment advisory firms.

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