WASHINGTON – The Democratic presidential candidates sparred late Sunday over who would be toughest on Wall Street if elected president, with all three pledging to go beyond the Dodd-Frank Act.

Hillary Clinton said her plan was the harshest because it would focus on the nonbanks that caused the financial crisis, not just on the big commercial banks, which she implied had already been dealt with by the 2010 regulatory reform law.

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