WASHINGTON — Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd's regulatory reform bill would overhaul the way financial companies are overseen and how troubled companies are unwound. But the 1,300-plus page bill contains many other provisions, including these:

• Preemption: Roll back the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency's 2004 preemption rules and reestablish the so-called Barnett standard. The OCC would have the power to preempt a state consumer protection law that directly or indirectly discriminates against national banks.

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