WASHINGTON — Though Democrats gave ground Tuesday on the Republicans' top agenda item for regulatory reform — ensuring the bill would not allow the government to bail out large financial firms — GOP leadership said it was not enough for them to support the legislation.

Senate Republican leaders said much more work was needed on other parts of the bill, including minimizing the range of a new consumer protection agency and softening provisions designed to regulate derivatives.

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