WASHINGTON -- SEC staff officials have given commissioners their recommendations on final secondary market disclosure requirements for the municipal market but are still wrestling with which bond issues should be exempted, sources say.

At the same time, the Securities and Exchange Commission staff has asked chairman Arthur Levitt to suggest both a date for the commission to consider the disclosure requirements and whether a pending proposal on riskless principal transactions should be deferred, said one well-placed source.

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