WASHINGTON — After passing the Dodd-Frank Act two years ago, the Senate Banking Committee has largely fallen silent, holding hearings on a spate of issues but otherwise pushing only noncontroversial bills forward.

But that is likely to change next year, including — some industry representatives hope — the possibility that the panel will take a fresh look at several financial reform law provisions that bankers see as too burdensome.

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