As the House was expected to begin debating a massive regulatory reform bill Wednesday, Republicans offered a host of reasons to oppose the legislation while moderate Democrats endorsed amendments to weaken its impact.

A final vote on the bill from House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank is expected this week.

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