WASHINGTON -- The Commodity Futures Trading Commission's plans to ease some of its rules to allow more exchange-traded derivatives transactions may trigger even more risks for state and local governments, a commission administrative law judge says.

In a letter submitted to the agency last week, George Painter criticized commission proposals that would lift a requirement that brokers identify the account for which trades are being made before the trades are executed.

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