WASHINGTON — A bipartisan group of lawmakers on the House Financial Services and Agriculture committees is drafting a bill to address ongoing concerns with a series of cross-border swaps provisions.

The Dodd-Frank reform law gave the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission first-time authority to oversee over-the-counter derivatives, but the agencies and foreign regulators have yet to come up with a solution about how swaps trading will work internationally.

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