WASHINGTON -- The battle next year over modernization of the financial services industry through reform of the Glass-Steagall Act will be philosophical rather than partisan, congressional aides with both parties said Friday.

There "aren't differences between Democrats and Republicans" as such over Glass-Steagall reform, said Mike Radway, a Democratic aide on the House Banking Committee's subcommittee on economic growth and credit formation.

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