WASHINGTON - Work on banking legislation moved at a feverish pace over the last two weeks - from action on the thrift insurance fund to a separate measure to kill President Clinton's direct-student-loan program.

While much of the activity on Capitol Hill focused on a budget reduction bill - itself a vehicle for major banking legislation - the House and Senate worked on a number of other measures important to the industry.

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