Six weeks after a public disagreement over how the issuance of subpoenas to two business columnists was handled, the Securities and Exchange Commission has released guidelines describing exactly when and how journalist subpoenas will be issued in the future.
The agency's five commissioners unanimously approved the policy, which says that reporters will only be subpoenaed after all over options for obtaining information have been exhausted and top agency officials have signed off on the order.
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