WASHINGTON - The ranking Democrat on the House Financial Services Committee is making another push to charge advisors for SEC examinations.

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) this week introduced the Investment Adviser Examination Improvement Act, a bill that would authorize the SEC to collect user fees from advisors to fund a more extensive examination system for investment advisors.

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