Bill Requiring SEC to Redefine Small Business Moves Forward in Congress

Small business needs may soon play a greater part in SEC deliberations. The House of Representatives on July 17 with an overwhelming bipartisan vote passed a bill that would require the SEC to redefine the definitions of "small business" and "small organization" - and thereby force the agency to better consider the needs of small advisers when formulating new rules or other proposals.
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