Rejecting a key lawmaker's request, Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin said last week the Clinton administration will not ask regulators to delay decisions on new bank powers.

Mr. Rubin, in a Dec. 30 letter to House Rules Committee Chairman Gerald Solomon, said he is forbidden from influencing individual issues pending at the two banking agencies the Treasury oversees.

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