WASHINGTON — Large banks have repeatedly prevailed in battles to preserve federal preemption in Congress and the courts, but that victory string is likely to be broken by the regulatory reform bill being debated in the Senate this week.

With so many other provisions requiring the large banks' attention, such as a crackdown on derivatives and a ban on proprietary trading, most of them will lack the time or attention to fight curbs on federal preemption.

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