Here's the latest indication Wall Street regulations won't begutted anytime soon: Republicans who write financial laws arestarting to focus on other things.

The Senate Banking Committee, led by Mike Crapo, is scheduled toconsider a measure Thursday about publishing research onexchange-traded funds, and a collection of other narrow bills withbipartisan support.

In the House, the Financial Services Committee will hold ahearing about flood insurance, further stalling the rollout ofChairman Jeb Hensarling's plan to eliminate laws enacted inresponse to the financial crisis of 2008.

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