WASHINGTON — It appears the best way to broker a compromise on a hot-button issue in the regulatory reform bill is to study it.

That, at least, is the approach taken in Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd's 1,300-plus-page bill, which includes more than two dozen studies on topics from industrial loan companies to contingent capital to the implementation of the Volcker Rule.

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