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The notice filed at OMB Thursday does not say how long Labor plans to delay the rule’s April 10 compliance date, though 180 days has been widely discussed. (Photo: AP)

As expected, the Department of Labor filed a notice Thursday with the Office of Management and Budget to delay implementation of its fiduciary rule via a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.

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