For decades, the question of investor access to company proxies has been a Pandora's box for the Securities and Exchange Commission, chock-full of competing interests and opinions from the investment community.

Last week, the regulators' five commissioners ripped the top off the box once again when they voted to present two competing rule proposals focused on the election of company directors to the public.

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