WASHINGTON — Scrambling before a House vote scheduled for Wednesday night, public interest and other groups sent letters to lawmakers opposing a municipal advisor bill they fear will roll back critical components of the Dodd-Frank Act.

Seven groups, led by Americans for Financial Reform, urged lawmakers to vote “no” to H.R. 2827, a bill sponsored by Rep. Robert Dold, D-Ill., which would narrow the Dodd-Frank Act’s definition of municipal advisor.

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