WASHINGTON - The Clinton administration has resurrected a proposal to require federal agencies to charge for examinations of state-chartered banks.

The seven-year balanced budget plan released by the President Thursday would require the Federal Reserve and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to impose a fee to cover the costs of supervising FDIC-insured banks and bank holding companies - something the Fed and FDIC do not now do. The fee has been recommended several times in the past as a revenue-raiser.

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