WASHINGTON - Holding out hope for subsidies, Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers on Monday revived the Clinton administration's effort to prod banks to increase services in low-income communities.

Mr. Summers said Democrats in the House and Senate would introduce legislation as early as this week that would authorize a $30 million test program in fiscal 2001 to broaden access to banking services.

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