WASHINGTON — Large bank representatives met with regulators implementing the Dodd-Frank Act nearly 1,300 times during the past two years, or roughly 12.5 times a week since the reform law's passage, according to new analysis from the Sunlight Foundation.

During that time, regulators held only 242 meetings with reform-oriented organizations, or roughly 2.5 meetings per week, the nonpartisan group said.

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