WASHINGTON - As the House Banking Committee prepares for crucial votes on Glass-Steagall legislation next week, all eyes are on the panel's huge bloc of freshmen Republicans.

The 17 GOP lawmakers represent fully one-third of the panel's votes and their views will likely determine whether the committee approves a narrow Glass-Steagall bill or broadens the package to permit large industrial companies to own banks.

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