A Securities and Exchange Commission member said Wednesday that many improvements to the municipal securities market can be made by the SEC without seeking regulatory authority over municipal issuers from Congress.

Speaking during an event at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Commissioner Daniel Gallagher said the SEC may issue interpretive releases, pursue new rules and hold industry events in response to its report on the municipal securities market, which was released last August.

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