WASHINGTON - Industry representatives praised House Financial Services Committee Chairman Michael G. Oxley's plan to tackle a broad range of issues during this term, but some skeptics predicted that little new legislation will emerge.

At a news conference today, the Ohio Republican is expected to unveil a 16-page agenda running the gamut from deposit insurance reform to increased oversight of government-sponsored enterprises.

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