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The Department of Labor filed a motion requesting that the three lawsuits pending challenging DOL’s fiduciary rule be consolidated. (Photo of Labor Sec. Thomas Perez: AP)

The Department of Labor filed a motion Friday, June 17 requesting that the three lawsuits pending in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas challenging DOL’s fiduciary rule be consolidated; the plaintiffs agreed to consolidation in a June 20 response, but insisted that each of the cases be allowed to “retain their separate identities” and move forward “expeditiously.”

Related: Who will enforce the DOL fiduciary rule?

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