WASHINGTON -- The municipal bond industry continued to deluge the Securities and Exchange Commission with comment letters this week opposing the agency's proposed rule that would require dealers to disclose markups on riskless principal transactions.

Regional firms blasted the rule as discriminatory against small brokerdealers, which carry much smaller inventories than large dealers and, therefore, do many more deals on a riskless principal basis.

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