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Trump's final version of the executive order stripped language from an earlier draft specifically calling for a six-month delay of the fiduciary rule.(Photo: AP)

President Trump’s executive order directing the Labor Department to undertake a new economic and legal analysis of the fiduciary rule was immediately embraced by lawmakers and stakeholders opposed to the regulation.

Nick Thornton

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