A key lawmaker urged the Financial Accounting Standards Board Wednesday to delay implementation of its controversial derivatives rule.

Rep. Richard Baker, chairman of the House Banking Committee's capital markets subcommittee, said he may introduce legislation that would require FASB to back off. He spoke to a reporter during a break in a hearing on the derivatives rule.

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