WASHINGTON — The partisan fight over the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has snagged the nominations to head two other federal banking regulators.

Over the weekend, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell refused to allow the confirmation of Martin Gruenberg to head the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., Thomas Curry as comptroller of the currency, and Thomas Hoenig as the FDIC's vice-chairman, despite an agreement by the top Democrat and Republican on the Banking Committee to approve the three uncontroversial nominees as a package deal.

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