WASHINGTON — Republican Sen. Jim DeMint, a staunch opponent of the Dodd-Frank Act, is holding up two measures that the banking industry considers top priorities in an effort to force a symbolic vote on repealing the 2010 law.

One of the stymied measures would provide clear assurance to banks that when they hand over documents to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, they are not waiving any potential claims of privilege over those documents. The other bill would end a requirement that ATM owners maintain physical placards notifying users of fees.

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