WASHINGTON -- House and Senate securities lawmakers have agreed on legislation to stiffen federal regulations for dealers in the government securities market in a compromise that largely adopts the tougher approach taken in the House-passed bill.

The agreement came in negotiations over the weekend between members of the securities subcommittees of the Senate Banking Committee and the House Energy and Commerce Committee, congressional sources said yesterday.

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