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Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd said today lawmakers are on a “positive and optimistic track,” in trying to reach an agreement on regulatory restructuring, but declined to discuss specifics of the bill he will introduce on Monday.

Dodd (D-Conn.) said at a Capitol Hill news conference that lawmakers “are not there yet,” on the measure’s provisions regarding consumer regulation. He declined to address specifics, such as the comment made two hours earlier by Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) that there had essentially been an agreement to house the new regulator in the Federal Reserve.

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