WASHINGTON — Unlike other House Republicans, Rep. Ed Royce is not looking to repeal outright the Dodd-Frank regulatory reform law, but the California lawmaker is likely to try and clip its wings.

Royce, widely considered a rising star on the House Financial Services Committee and expected to play a leading role next year if the GOP seizes a House majority, is focused on specific "fixes" he wants to make in the law.

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