WASHINGTON - Glass-Steagall legislation cleared the House Banking Committee without difficulty Tuesday, but the measure now moves to the Commerce Committee, where it faces a tougher challenge.

The commerce panel, which has traditionally been more friendly to the securities and insurance industry than to banking, has 30 days to consider the Glass-Steagall bill following Tuesday's 29-to-8 vote.

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