WASHINGTON — With the GOP set to begin its rollback of the Dodd-Frank Act early next year, some observers are questioning whether plans to strip away regulators' powers to designate nonbanks as systemically risky might be going too far.

One big concern is what happens to financial market utilities, the first firms to be targeted as systemically important financial institutions, which are now directly supervised by the Federal Reserve Board.

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