WASHINGTON — Just two years after deciding a landmark preemption case in the banking industry's favor, the Supreme Court is poised to take the issue up again this week, and the result could be far different this time.

The high court will meet Tuesday to hear arguments over whether the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has sole power to enforce laws — even applicable state ones — against a national bank.

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