WASHINGTON — Independent financial advisors are criticizing the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board’s draft changes to its rule on gifts and gratuities, warning they don’t go far enough to eliminate conflicts of interest.

The advisors issued the warning in a comment letter on the draft amendments, which would expand Rule G-20 to cover muni advisors as well as broker-­dealers.

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