WASHINGTON - The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board is expected to debate this week whether to add a provision to its political contributions rule that could shield firms if there has been an inadvertent violation by an employee, sources said.

The board may discuss whether to add such a safe-harbor provision to its Rule G-37, which took effect April 25, at its quarterly three-day meeting in Sea Island, Ga.

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