The House Rules Committee canceled its scheduled vote Tuesday on legislation aiming to shore up the Savings Association Insurance Fund and give banks regulatory relief.

House leaders called off the vote at the last minute after reallizing that a majority of the panel's 13 members oppose the bill. A host of Democrats, big banks, state bank associations, and the Clinton administration joined forces this week to block House Banking Committee Chairman Jim Leach's bill.

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