WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats tapped mostly liberal members Tuesday to be conferees on the regulatory reform bill, making it harder for the banking industry to remove provisions it considers too tough.

Of the seven Democrats picked to work out issues with House lawmakers on their differing versions of reform, only one, Sen. Tim Johnson of South Dakota, is considered a moderate who is receptive to banker arguments that the legislation goes too far in some areas.

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