The Senate Banking Committee has postponed voting on the financial reform bill until September, further diminishing the controversial legislation's chances of enactment this year.

Chairman Alfonse M. D'Amato met with fellow committee Republicans last week and decided to hold off because of other legislative priorities and continuing efforts to compromise with banking industry opponents of the reform bill, sources here said Monday.

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