The DOL fiduciary rule was not killed this week, as the House vote to override presidential veto of HJ Res. 88 fell short of the two-thirds vote needed. (Photo: AP)

After hours of delay due to a house sit-in by House Democrats, the House of Representatives failed late Wednesday night to override a presidential veto on a resolution to nullify the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule.

Related: See the DOL Fiduciary Rule page

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