WASHINGTON — While 2010 was an all-out scramble by Democratic leaders to harness outrage over the financial crisis to push regulatory reform over the finish line, the legislative outlook for this year is quite different.

Republicans, who will have much more power to set the agenda since winning control of the House and picking up seats in the Senate, largely opposed the Dodd-Frank Act and are intent on stalling or stopping its implementation.

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