WASHINGTON — Lawmakers raised concerns Wednesday that the five agencies involved in writing the contentious Volcker Rule will be unable to enforce it consistently across the various entities they oversee.

During a House Financial Services Committee hearing featuring top regulatory officials, lawmakers repeatedly returned to the issue, pointedly asking which agency is taking the lead in handling enforcement problems and what happens if there is a dispute.

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