NEW YORK -- An investors' advocacy group is challenging the Obama Administration and Congress to do more for the needs of average investors.

The Investors' Working Group, led by veteran regulators Arthur Levitt Jr. and William H. Donaldson, both former chairmen of the Securities and Exchange Commission, has published a long list of recommendations that closely resembles the administration's ideas and similar studies, but focuses primarily on the needs of investors.

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