WASHINGTON — Lawmakers split Tuesday on whether the regulatory reform bill should include a "financial crisis responsibility fee" charged on the largest institutions.

While lawmakers from both parties sound open to the idea, they lack a consensus on timing, with some worried about charging banks prematurely before true losses from the Troubled Asset Relief Program are known as well as which companies should be taxed.

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