WASHINGTON — The conference committee made critical changes to the regulatory reform bill in its first substantive week of work, including overhauling the deposit insurance system and dialing back a key capital provision, but the hardest decisions are still ahead.

The committee has left itself just a week to tackle key parts of the legislation, including derivatives oversight, consumer protection, interchange fee regulation and risk retention.

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