WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Board Gov. Daniel Tarullo voiced concern Tuesday about a potential move to reestablish Glass-Steagall, a Depression-era law that separated investment and commercial banking.

Tarullo said such a division would result in "substantial costs" by limiting the types of services that banks currently offer. It might also inadvertently hurt smaller-sized institutions that provide capital market services to small businesses.

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