WASHINGTON — One day after hearing from chief executives of the largest institutions, the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission turned its attention Thursday to policymakers, and how the government can fix the lapses that worsened the financial meltdown.

Though the panel showed a greater willingness to delve into policy issues than it did Wednesday, the hearing still did not offer much perspective on the causes of the crisis.

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