WASHINGTON — Even as top Senate Banking Committee leaders appear close to striking a final compromise on a regulatory reform bill, some Democrats continue to try and push the legislation further to the left.

A small but vocal faction of liberal Democrats are leading a charge to add more-onerous requirements to the bill, including restoring the wall between securities and banking and capping financial institution size.

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