WASHINGTON -- Arthur Levitt Jr., the new chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, has a style and approach to regulation that appears to bode well for the municipal securities market.

But his approach could also be the bane of market participants if they don't cooperate with him in finding solutions to the problems nagging the muni market, such as curbing political contributions and improving secondary market disclosure.

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