WASHINGTON - A bill overhauling regulation of government-sponsored enterprises was dealt a setback last week, jeopardizing one of the last possible vehicles for bank regulatory relief this year.

The Senate version of the bill, which would have directly affected the Federal National Mortgage Association and other federally chartered financing agencies, included amendments to ease what bankers call their "regulatory burden."

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