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Wells Fargo & Co. chief executive Tim Sloan defended the bank’s use of mandatory arbitration as he appeared on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, drawing stiff criticism from U.S. Senate Democrats who are resisting a Republican effort to repeal a new regulation that bars the financial industry from forcing consumers to waive their right to file class actions.

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