WASHINGTON — Sen. Elizabeth Warren and her colleagues are working to drum up support for a new bipartisan bill that would bring back a Depression-era law separating commercial and investment banks.

The Massachusetts Democrat spoke on the Senate floor Thursday evening about her aims for the bill and her ongoing concerns about the state of the banking system in the wake of the financial crisis.

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