WASHINGTON — Issuers vowed to resist a draft bill that would authorize the Securities and Exchange Commission to require them to disclose primary and secondary market bond documents and direct the content and timing of those documents, saying it would open the door to unfettered regulation of their disclosures.

But some market participants reacted more cautiously, saying the bill could benefit the bond market and taxpayers.

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