WASHINGTON — The question of whether some banks are still "too big to fail" will not be settled until the next crisis.

That, in a nutshell, was the takeaway from a House Financial Services Committee hearing on Tuesday, where lawmakers fought with each other over whether the Dodd-Frank Act adequately addressed the problem.

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