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When Connecticut Senator Chris Dodd returns to Washington next week - he'll pick up where he left off on one of the major legislative initiatives of his career. It's not health care.

Just before the break, the Senate Banking Committee began its final tinkering with a bill to overhaul the financial regulatory system.

Elizabeth Wynne Johnson reports...

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