WASHINGTON — The banking industry is scrambling to devise a new strategy to weaken the regulatory reform bill after Republicans failed to cut a bipartisan deal before the legislation advanced to the Senate floor Thursday.

With few lawmakers willing to fight on their behalf, industry representatives said they will have to pick and choose their issues, and were mostly pessimistic about their chances to get changes.

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