CHICAGO -- Bond lawyers must "get with the program" and do more to promote secondary market disclosure and good practices involving political contributions, said Paul Maco, an attorney-adviser at the Securities and Exchange Commission who specializes in municipal securities.

Maco's call to action, which was made in a keynote speech on securities law issues, came after lawyers attending the National Association of Bond Lawyers' annual workshop here indicated that they could be doing more to promote voluntary secondary market disclosure and disclosure of their political contributions.

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