WASHINGTON — Rep. Randy Neugebauer, R-Texas, is gearing up to play a leading role on the House Financial Services Committee next year — to ensure that regulators do not overstep their bounds while implementing the Dodd-Frank Act and to push for the privatization of the government-sponsored enterprises.

Neugebauer is the panel's vice ranking member, and in that role he has led weekly meetings with the top Republican, Rep. Spencer Bachus, who is the front-runner to be chairman next year, and other leading GOP lawmakers on the panel.

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