Financial advisers would be required to get consent from their clients acknowledging that environmental, social and corporate governance guidelines are used to make investing decisions under a bill that passed out of a Senate committee Tuesday.
The Senate Federal & State Affairs Committee added the mandate language to a bill that's intended to keep environmental, social and corporate governance guidelines out of state and local government investing and contracting decisions.
The disclosure requirement - backed by Republican Attorney General Kris Kobach - is not contained in a House . . .
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