When Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd promised a "bold" vision of regulatory reform early this year, he clearly wasn't kidding.

A draft version of his bill introduced on Tuesday was so far-reaching it would pick a fight with virtually every entrenched interest involved in the debate, including community banks, large financial institutions, the Obama administration, House Democrats, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) and the Federal Reserve Board.

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