WASHINGTON — Republicans and Democrats sparred Tuesday over the economic impact of derivatives regulations as the House prepared for a broader fight over the budgets of agencies tasked with writing and enforcing the new rules.

GOP lawmakers repeatedly made the case that derivatives restrictions were spooking the markets, threatening to drive U.S. capital offshore and thus potentially costing the country tens of thousands of jobs.

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