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As it examines the fiduciary rule, Labor is looking to better understand the compliance measures and costs already incurred by industry. (Photo: AP)

In the Labor Department’s proposal to delay the April 10 implementation date of the fiduciary rule by 60 days, the agency is killing two birds with one stone.

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