WASHINGTON - The House Banking Committee began work Wednesday on regulatory relief legislation that appears threatened by partisan bickering and industry opposition to provisions limiting national bank insurance powers.

The panel's 22 Democrats and independent Bernard Sanders are angry over a section of the bill that would scale back the Community Reinvestment Act and appear likely to vote en bloc against the measure.

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