WASHINGTON — Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd is not the only lawmaker who stands to lose if a regulatory reform bill is not enacted this year.

His Republican partner, Sen. Richard Shelby, may lose an unprecedented opportunity to dismantle the regulator he blames most for the crisis — the Federal Reserve Board.

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