WASHINGTON - Eleven banks have joined forces to ask the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to change the way it measures thrift deposits.

The request is significant because if the FDIC agreed, the banks would save approximately $165 million under the government's plan to rebuild the Savings Association Insurance Fund.

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