After several hours delay on Wednesday, House leaders conceded to pressure by moderate Democrat Rep. Melissa Bean, of Illinois, to broaden proposed powers of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) to preempt state consumer protection laws for national banks.

The move helped to break a log jam delaying debate on a massive bill to reform the financial regulatory system.

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