WASHINGTON - Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro may have lost the first round in her push to reform the $2.6 billion money market mutual fund industry, but the fight has only just begun.

Although Schapiro was forced last week to abandon a planned SEC vote on her reform proposals, she continues to enjoy support from other federal regulators that may now act in her stead.

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