WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court agreed yesterday to review whether courts can second-guess arbitration decisions in securities disputes, including those involving municipal bonds.

National securities exchanges told the high court that if a lower court decision is allowed to stand, the ability of securities arbitrators to make final, binding decisions will be "dramatically undercut."

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