WASHINGTON — Members of the Senate Banking Committee and others are raising concerns about the credibility of a pending watchdog report analyzing whether some banks are still "too big to fail," suggesting some experts it relies on may be too closely tied to Wall Street.

The Government Accountability Office is due this spring to release the second of two reports examining the issue, with this one focused on providing an estimate of the implicit subsidies the biggest banks maintain from a market belief the government will rescue them.

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