WASHINGTON — The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board plans to soon propose revising its Rule G-37 on political contributions to require municipal securities dealers, their muni professionals, and political action committees to disclose the political contributions they make to bond ballot election campaigns, the board announced yesterday, following its quarterly meeting last week.

The MSRB expects to file a rule change with the Securities and Exchange Commission within the “next couple of months,” executive director Lynnette Hotchkiss told reporters during a conference call. The proposed revision would then have to be approved by the SEC before becoming effective.

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