The U.S. Chamber of Commerce said that the Securities and Exchange Commission is overstepping its bounds in seeking to punish corporate wrongdoing.
In a report, the chamber, which lobbies for 3 million U.S. companies and 830 business associations and has been one of the SEC's most vocal critics, recommended that the agency appoint an advisory committee to study its enforcement practices.
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