WASHINGTON — The Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday voted 4 to 1 to approve a series of changes to its Rule 2a-7 on money market funds aimed at boosting the resilience of funds during market crises, and promised to move forward with additional rules in the future.

The SEC also voted 3 to 2 to issue interpretive guidance requiring companies to weigh whether legislative, regulatory, or other actions related to climate change would require them to make certain disclosures in corporate filings with the SEC.

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