Two prominent lawmakers are questioning banking regulators' willingness to enforce laws that say banks cannot require customers to purchase one service in order to receive another.

Reps. John D. Dingell, D.-Mich., and Edward J. Markey, D.Mass., have asked the General Accounting Office to evaluate whether the so-called anti-tying laws should instead be enforced by the Justice Department.

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