WASHINGTON -- The Senate Banking Committee is expected to reject a Clinton administration budget reduction proposal that critics say would increase losses for uninsured depositors when a bank fails.

A week ago, the Senate panel appeared ready to join its House counterpart in seeking to raise money by taking surplus funds from the Federal Reserve and giving the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and depositors a preference over all other creditors in splitting the assets of failed institutions.

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