WASHINGTON — The problem of "too big to fail" is continuing to bedevil the U.S. economy despite claims by some regulators that the Dodd-Frank Act effectively ended it.

At a hearing Wednesday by the Senate Banking financial institutions subcommittee, several prominent economists said the existence of large financial institutions that receive benefits from the government is harming economic growth.

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