The House Commerce Committee has proposed sweeping revisions to pending financial modernization legislation, all but ensuring that the controversial measure will not be enacted this year.

The changes would eliminate the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency's edge in legal fights with state insurance regulators, rein in bank operating subsidiaries, and squash efforts to let banks merge with nonfinancial organizations.

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