WASHINGTON — The push to expand banking services at the country's post offices continues to gain momentum, though numerous questions remain about the design and scope of such an effort.

Lawmakers, financial groups and U.S. Postal Service employees gathered Wednesday here to further discuss a white paper by the postal agency's inspector general to introduce new financial products at post office locations nationwide.

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