Opponents of the Department of Labor's contentious fiduciary proposal in Congress aren't wasting any time.

Less than a week after the department sent its rule outlining stricter requirements for advisors working with retirement plans and investors to the White House for a final review, lawmakers voted to pass two measures that could derail that effort on to the full House for consideration.

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