Many financial companies and the NASD are pushing for a move that would change the way mutual fund investors receive prospectuses, the Associated Press reports.

The lobbyists propose that fund prospectuses be made available electronically to investors instead of mailing out paper copies. The Securities and Exchange Commission has already proposed similar rules for final prospectuses issued in initial public offerings of stocks and bonds.

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