(Bloomberg) -- New York’s attorney general wants a state law allowing him to pay and protect whistle-blowers who provide his office with information about securities fraud, similar to the SEC's program rolled out four years ago.

Eric Schneiderman is seeking to build support among New York lawmakers for his proposal, which would allow for rewards if information from whistle-blowers leads to penalties and fines of more than $1 million.

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