Proposed amendments to the financial reform bill are due today at noon, but rumors are already swirling about changes that the Senate Banking Committee will consider when it votes on the legislation Thursday.

Amendments are expected that would broaden powers for operating subsidiaries, crack down on unitary thrifts, reform the Federal Home Loan Bank System, and confront other contentious issues, lobbyists and Capitol Hill sources said.

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