WASHINGTON — Community bankers took to the Senate on Tuesday to urge policymakers to provide regulatory relief, but it appears any significant change is a long way off.

At a Senate Banking Committee hearing, regulators indicated they are open to crafting new exemptions for smaller institutions, but pushed back against persistent complaints that community banks are being held to the same standards as the largest institutions.

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