today, but a last-minute conflict erupted Monday over a proposal on Community Reinvestment Act disclosure, with Senate Banking Committee Chairman Phil Gramm pitted against the Clinton administration.

Though most Capitol Hill and industry officials predicted a majority of House and Senate conferees would sign the legislation last night, Sen. Gramm reportedly told industry lobbyists at a midafternoon meeting in his office that the administration was still objecting to provisions that would require public disclosure of bank grants or loans made to community groups to head off merger protests.

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