WASHINGTON — The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board plans to file revised amendments to its Rule G-20 with the Securities and Exchange Commission in June that will clarify proposed restrictions on gifts and gratuities for muni advisers would be virtually the same as those for broker-dealers, MSRB officials said Monday.

Independent financial advisers, particularly Public Financial Management Inc., had complained the amendments, as drafted in February, would be much stricter for muni advisers and could even put them out of business by applying to such expenses as salaries, market data, software, and even rent.

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