WASHINGTON — Lawmakers criticized regulators Thursday for allowing a turf battle between government agencies to delay efforts to tighten oversight of credit-default swaps.

Witnesses at a House Agriculture Committee hearing made it clear that the creation of two competing CDS clearing houses was being hampered because of ongoing reviews by the Commodities Futures Trading Commission, the Federal Reserve Board, and the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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