Washington - A Treasury Department official and congressional aides said yesterday that they hope Congress will complete work before Thanksgiving on legislation to strengthen federal regulation of the government securities market.

The congressional sources said Senate aides are expected to respond this week to the House-passed version of the bill, which includes a controversial provision requiring government dealers to file reports when they take a large position in the market. The Senate bill contains no such provision.

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