Fiduciary duty words through eyeglasses Even before the order on May 2 denying the motions to intervene, the consensus among attorneys was that AARP and the Attorneys General were facing long odds in convincing the 5th Circuit to rehear the case regarding the fiduciary rule. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has denied two motions from AARP and three state Attorneys General to intervene to defend the Labor Department's fiduciary rule.

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