The push in Congress to derail the Department of Labor's controversial fiduciary rule will have to wait for another day.
President Obama on Wednesday vetoed a resolution that would have overturned the fiduciary regulation, a rule that he says "is critical to protecting Americans' hard-earned savings and preserving their retirement security."
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