A House Commerce subcommittee is tentatively scheduled to vote Sept. 17 on financial reform legislation, a spokeswoman for panel Chairman Rep. Michael Oxley said Monday.

The finance and hazardous materials subcommittee on Friday is expected to unveil proposed changes to a financial modernization bill passed June 20 by the House Banking Committee. The full Commerce Committee is expected to vote on the package Sept. 25.

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