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Erin Sweeney, an attorney with Washington D.C.-based Miller & Chevalier, thinks the Chamber presents a much stronger case for a delay pending appeal than NAFA did. (Photo: AP)

While the Labor Department has promised a temporary enforcement reprieve of the fiduciary rule, that guarantee does not do enough to address potential confusion in the marketplace, say some industry stakeholders.

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