When the Administrative Board of the Courts meets today to discuss the hotly debated rules on “pay to play,” the judges will have before them an 11th-hour opinion from two Securities and Exchange Commission officials on the topic.

SEC officials sent a letter to the Administrative Board on Monday lobbing criticism at an American Bar Association position on pay to play, the practice of lawyers accepting political contributions in return for consideration as counsel on government legal matters.

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