The setbacks came as lawmakers streamed out of town for a Thanksgiving holiday break, leaving further decisions on the regulatory reform agenda -- a key initiative of the Obama administration -- until December 1 at the earliest.
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Progress toward tighter U.S. financial regulation faltered in the U.S. Congress on Thursday as a House committee postponed a pivotal vote and Republicans on a Senate committee aired stubborn opposition.
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