WASHINGTON — The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is planning to slash in half a special emergency assessment it announced last week if legislation passes that allows it to borrow more from the Treasury Department, according to sources.

The special fee charged on second-quarter domestic deposits would drop to 10 basis points from the 20-basis point premium the FDIC board approved as an interim rule on Friday, the sources said.

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