WASHINGTON — The 11 state attorneys general who have joined a lawsuit against the Dodd-Frank Act are arguing for their case to be heard despite a request by the government to dismiss the suit.

In a response filed late Wednesday, the attorneys general rejected the government's claim that they "lack standing" before the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

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