The fiduciary rule could die one of two deaths, putting the industry back to square one after years of back-and-forth struggles between opponents and supporters of the regulation, experts say.

In the first of two scenarios, Republican members of Congress who control both the Senate and the House can attempt to kill the rule by passing a bill. Earlier attempts to do just that floundered and faced almost certain veto from President Obama.

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