WASHINGTON -- The House and Senate banking committees continued to make slow progress Tuesday on the Clinton administration's community development financial institutions bill, according to House and Senate banking committee aides.

Although significant hurdles remain, enough progress has been made to make it possible for lawmakers to meet on the legislation soon after Congress returns next week from the Independence Day recess, aides said.

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