WASHINGTON - Federal regulators are calling for broad new rules and legislation to regulate the municipal securities market, including standards governing ongoing disclosure, political contributions, price information, sales practices, and audit trails.

The recommendations were included in three separate reports sent late Friday to Congress by the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Municipal Securities Rule-making Board, and the National Association of Securities Dealers outlining changes that the groups feel are needed.

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