WASHINGTON - The logjam that stymied regulatory relief legislation this summer is breaking up - but for larger banks eyeing new insurance powers, the price of progress is high.

The legislation, packed with reforms designed to save banks time and money, has been held up for months by insurance agents who opposed a controversial amendment to allow banks and insurance companies to affiliate in most states.

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