WASHINGTON — Though House Republicans are almost certain to be frustrated in trying to repeal provisions of the Dodd-Frank regulatory reform statute, they are likely to find more success in using oversight powers to curb the law's implementation.

GOP lawmakers have vowed to closely watch regulators as they write rules to enforce the law, and observers said this would probably make the agencies much more cautious.

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