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Even as the fiduciary rule's impartial conduct standards go into effect on June 9, Acosta's decision not to delay the rule could prove a Pyrrhic victory for fiduciary rule advocates.(Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM)

In opting to not attempt another delay of the fiduciary rule’s impartial conduct standards, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta showed deference to the rule of law.

Nick Thornton

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