WASHINGTON -- The SEC may relax a controversial part of the agency's proposed disclosure rule that would require bond banks and other pools to give investors ongoing disclosure about the pools' largest participants.

Securities and Exchange Commission member Richard Roberts disclosed the possible move during a presentation at the annual regional meeting of the Northeast State Treasurers group in Maine on Tuesday.

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