WASHINGTON - The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board is expected this week to discuss whether to change its Rule G-37 to restrict broker-dealer contributions to campaign committees that urge voters to approve ballot measures for new muni bond issues.

At a meeting to be held Wednesday through Friday in New Orleans, the board also may consider how to proceed with its proposal that regulators and lawmakers bring brokers of guaranteed investment contracts and financial advisers that are not currently subject to any oversight under federal regulation.

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