WASHINGTON — From its inception, a key pitch for legislation to rework the regulatory system has been that it will provide regulators with more tools to prevent another banking crisis.
Yet the most highlighted provisions of both the House and Senate bills would give regulators authority they already have, and so far have largely ignored.
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