WASHINGTON — New initiatives from the Obama administration, including plans to tax large institutions and ban them from proprietary trading, and to offer community banks incentives to increase small-business lending, have run into a wall on Capitol Hill.

All three have suffered setbacks during the past week, with Democrats and Republicans complaining the administration has not provided key details. It also failed to lay the proper groundwork with Congress.

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