The House Financial Services Committee is scheduled Wednesday to begin debating the first two pieces of regulatory reform, and its vote will set a crucial marker before the chamber's final negotiations.

The panel is likely to pass a bill designed to strengthen regulation of derivatives and then act on legislation to create a consumer protection agency.

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