WASHINGTON - Dredging up a perennial revenue option, the Clinton administration's 1996 budget will propose charging state banks and bank holding companies for federal exams.

Leading early opposition to the budget proposal, which is due to be released today, America's Community Bankers president Paul A. Schosberg wrote President Clinton on Friday to object.

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