WASHINGTON — Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said Tuesday that lawmakers should hold off on further legislative reforms to the financial system until Dodd-Frank is fully implemented, echoing recent remarks from top Federal Reserve Board officials and executives of large banks.

During a Senate Banking Committee hearing, Lew was repeatedly pressed by lawmakers, including Sens. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, and Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., who were skeptical that recent reforms are sufficient to eliminate "too big to fail."

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