The debate over the Bush administration's ambitious plan to restructure the financial services industry is becoming less a debate over lofty public policy objectives than an old-fashioned turf battle between House committees.

In one corner stands Rep. John D. Dingell, D-Mich., who has built the Energy and Commerce Committee, of which he is chairman, into perhaps the most powerful in the House.

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