WASHINGTON — Firms managing some of the largest money market mutual funds in the U.S. are sending one clear message to the Financial Stability Oversight Council: Leave us alone.

In more than a hundred comment letters, industry representatives often "strongly" objected to all three of the council's proposals for reform, arguing they would significantly reduce the size of the industry and potentially create further systemic risk.

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