Bill Seeks to Smooth Banks’ Bankruptcy Path

A bill approved by a congressional committee to amend the U.S. bankruptcy code underscores a postcrisis conundrum: Big banks must demonstrate they can be dismantled in bankruptcy, but experts and some lawmakers say the current code is inadequate to handle the failure of a major financial firm.

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