WASHINGTON — The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board Wednesday said it’s considering whether its Rule G-37 on political contributions should require municipal securities dealers to disclose the names of political action committees controlled by bank holding companies or other affiliates.

The proposal, which the MSRB issued yesterday for public comment, would replace draft changes floated last year to require disclosure of specific contributions the PACs make to issuer officials.

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