WASHINGTON — The Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee today outlined its opposition to the White House's proposed tax on large banks, calling it unfair and punitive.

The committee, a collection of academics and former regulators, said that big banks alone should not be forced to pay a tax, which would be used to recoup losses from the Troubled Asset Relief Program, because the program also propped up automakers and insurance firms.

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