WASHINGTON — As lawmakers continue to spar over regulatory reform legislation, a separate push to charge the largest banks a "financial crisis responsibility fee" is gaining momentum.
The administration's January proposal to charge banking companies a fee of 15 basis points on their liabilities — meant to cover Troubled Asset Relief Program losses — lost steam earlier this year when it appeared Tarp may turn a profit.
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