WASHINGTON — Republicans have grand ambitions for what they plan to accomplish if they, as expected, win control of the House in Tuesday's election, but their victory is more likely to lead to gridlock than action.

Though the House GOP is certain to hold numerous hearings and conduct rigorous oversight of implementation of the Dodd-Frank law, their ability to change or overturn it is muted so long as the Democrats control the White House (and possibly the Senate).

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