The chairman of a House Appropriations subcommittee with oversight of the Securities and Exchange Commission has called on the Government Accountability Office to investigate reported SEC budget shortfalls.

The shortfall, which has been attributed to facility costs in Washington, New York and Boston, is reported to be as great as $48 million.

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