The Investment Company Institute spent $2.3 million lobbying the Congress, the Treasury, the Labor Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission in the first half of the year, the Associated Press reports, citing a disclosure form with the Senate.

Issues of concern to the ICI included shareholder votes on executive pay, regulation of the securities markets, international investments, 401(k) fees and taxes.

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