WASHINGTON -- The Government Finance Officers Association yesterday said it strongly supports legislation pending in the House that would require the Securities and Exchange Commission to accelerate inspections of higher risk investment advisers.

But SEC Chairman Richard Breeden said that though the agency supports an inspection program that highlights riskier firms, the bill goes too far.

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