WASHINGTON — The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board is requesting feedback on, among other things, whether its rules impose undue burdens on market participants, and how those burdens could be alleviated.

In a notice issued Tuesday, the board is asking dealers, municipal advisors, issuers and investors to submit comments about whether any of the rules or interpretive notices in its roughly 300-page rule book should be reconsidered.

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