WASHINGTON — Top banking regulators are sounding the alarm over a bipartisan bill that would give the president authority to require more rigorous analyses of rules they propose.

The Independent Agency Regulatory Analysis Act was introduced in August by Sen. Robert Portman, R-Ohio, and co-sponsored by Sens. Mark Warner, D-Va., and Susan Collins, R-Maine.

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