WASHINGTON - Hoping to put up a united front, bank and thrift trade associations plan to meet to develop common positions on everything from taxing credit unions to cutting government red tape.

Though the American Bankers Association can stomach a "summit" meeting on these easy issues, the giant trade group is resisting pressure to add deposit insurance to the agenda.

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