House Commerce Committee members complained Thursday that pending financial reform legislation would lead to overlapping bureaucracy and confuse consumers.

Rep. Thomas Bliley, the committee's chairman, and a host of other lawmakers pledged to rewrite key parts of a bill passed June 20 by the House Banking Committee that gives the Securities and Exchange Commission and state insurance regulators more say over bank operations.

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