The House today is expected to approve a measure that would bring nonbank electronic benefit transfer companies under the same anti-tying restrictions banks face.

In the Senate, the measure is folded into a welfare reform package expected to be approved Thursday. Lawmakers promised to send the bill to the White House by the end of the week, and President Clinton is expected to sign it.

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