WASHINGTON -- The Securities and Exchange Commission is tentatively scheduled to vote Dec. 15 on whether to propose a rule that would tighten credit quality standards for tax-exempt money market funds, agency sources said yesterday.

The agency also may vote on a controversial provision being pushed by SEC commissioner Richard Roberts that would keep money market find managers from holding the bonds of issuers that do not pledge in official statements to provide secondary market disclosure, sources said.

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