WASHINGTON — The legislative battle over reining in big banks' implicit guarantee is suddenly poised for a comeback.

The issue is expected to reemerge as the Government Accountability Office is said to be finalizing a report on whether big banks get a subsidy based on their size, and vocal critics of "too big to fail" — including Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio — stand to hold key leadership slots in next year's Congress.

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