The House approved dozens of changes late Thursday to the financial regulatory reform bill, including measures to enhance the Federal Reserve Board's power to break up large, complex firms and cap a potential debt guarantee program by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

A final vote and consideration of other amendments is expected Friday.

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