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Without mentioning Furman or the CEA, Campbell said the fiduciary rule is based on 'rosy academic projections.' (Photo: Shutterstock)

Two of the most influential players in the long-ranging debate over the merits of the Labor Department’s fiduciary rule sat elbow-to-elbow before a House subcommittee on retirement today.

Nick Thornton


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