WASHINGTON — Congress may break with the White House when it comes to details of a new agency to protect consumers of financial products.

At a hearing Wednesday, House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank signaled that he may leave enforcement of the Community Reinvestment Act with existing bank regulators rather than give it to the new agency as President Obama has suggested.

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