WASHINGTON — For more than a year, Republicans have been hammering Democrats for what they say are the hefty economic costs of new financial regulations.

Now Sen. Tim Johnson (D-S.D.) is turning the tables on the GOP by requesting a non-partisan analysis of the total economic costs of the financial crisis that spurred the new regulatory push.

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