WASHINGTON -- State and local governments may not be given regulatory relief the Commodity Futures Trading Commission could give to sophisticated investors making trades in derivative products on U.S. futures exchanges.

"It's a recognition on our part that municipalities have had some serious problems in the over-the-counter market," said the agency's newly appointed chairwoman, Mary Schapiro.

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