Please contact your Representative and ask them to protect access to important investment information which the SEC currently requires to be sent in paper form as the default method.

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has proposed a new regulation (Rule 30e-3) which would eliminate the current default requirement for mutual funds to transmit important information to investors in paper form.  Shareholder reports are critical investment tools and implementing this change will potentially harm millions of investors – the majority of whom have already expressed a preference for paper-based reports.

Increasingly, government is denying individuals access to paper-based versions of important federal information and services without congressional oversight or public input.

Government policies should not require the public to“opt-in” to continue receiving government information and services in paper format or use“implied consent” as permission to switch information delivery from paper to digital format.

AF&PA opposes this rule and Congress needs to hear from you to make sure that it does not move forward.

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