WASHINGTON — Financial regulatory reform legislation that House and Senate lawmakers hope will be ready for President Obama's signature at the end of the week is expected to authorize sweeping changes to the way the municipal market is regulated.

The 2,000-page bill, which was released Saturday, is the product of weeks of work by House and Senate conferees to reconcile competing versions of the legislation, which culminated in party-line votes by conferees early Friday morning.

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