WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve officials will consider an appeal to provide a more detailed record of closed-door meetings on monetary policy, House Banking Committee Chairman Henry Gonzales, D-Tex., said yesterday.

In a statement, Gonzales said he had been informed by a Federal Reserve Bank president "that the subject of making a full record of FOMC meetings would be discussed at the next FOMC meeting," which is scheduled for Nov. 17.

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