WASHINGTON — Lawmakers are considering raising the deposit insurance limit, suspending fair-value accounting, and giving more support to money market mutual funds in an effort to persuade 12 members to change their votes on legislation designed to calm the financial markets.

The changes are aimed at House Republicans, two-thirds of whom voted against the bailout bill on the House floor Monday. House leaders need to persuade just a dozen lawmakers to change their minds in order to gain a majority for the legislation.

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