Politico's Morning Money highlights John Berlau's response to a Slate piece on the fiduciary rule and financial radio broadcasters.
Berlau Pushes Back — CEI’s John Berlau respond’s to a recent Slate piece: “Slate … argued that the fiduciary rule would never censor financial broadcasters, but maybe it should! As I write, this pundit would be in clear violation of any ‘fiduciary rule’ that she report the contents of a regulation accurately to her readers. She says for instance it could never be used against Ramsey and others because listeners don’t pay him. Yet the rule refers many times to compensation ‘From any source’ and ‘direct or indirect’”
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