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May 5, 2010 6:37 PM

Senate scores big bipartisan votes for bank bill's terms

The Senate on Wednesday voted 93-5 to revamp how regulators can dissolve large financial firms that are dubbed "too big to fail," a rare bipartisan agreement that replaced a controversial proposed $50 billion bank-financed fund to help break up ailing companies.

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