WASHINGTON — The regulatory reform conference committee officially kicked off Thursday, and while the final fate of key provisions remains up in the air, it is clear senators have several advantages over their House counterparts.

For one, the committee's process itself favors the Senate, using its version of the legislation as the base text of the final bill — a move that essentially puts that chamber in a defensive, more advantageous, position.

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