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House votes to delay rules on retirement investment advice

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The House voted to delay a Labor Department effort to expand investor protections for more than $13 trillion worth of private retirement accounts, including 401(k)s and IRAs. The legislation, which Tuesday passed 254-166, would prevent the department from issuing a proposal to prevent conflicts of interest in retirement-investment advice until 60 days after the Securities and Exchange...

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