Washington is a strange place. After months of debate over legislation to revamp financial services laws, opponents are softening and supporters are souring.

Take for example the American Bankers Association. It has consistently opposed the bill, but this morning its top executives, led by president William T. McConnell, are scheduled to discuss the bill's future with House Republican leaders.

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