The Senate approved an amendment Tuesday to the regulatory reform bill that would give federal regulators more leeway to preempt state laws, but still allow state attorneys general some enforcement power over national banks.
The measure, approved 80 to 18, was softer on the banking industry than a previous version by Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd, but would still be stronger than current law.
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