WASHINGTON —The Securities and Exchange Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to propose new rules governing transactions between swap dealers and customers, including state and local governments.

The SEC’s proposal, part of a broader push among financial regulators to boost transparency in the swaps market, would craft business-conduct standards for security-based swap dealers and participants.

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