WASHINGTON -- The Senate Banking Committee appears likely to postpone a vote on an interstate branching bill, a major victory for banks interested in keeping the issue separate from legislation dealing with bank insurance powers.

Committee Chairman Donald W. Riegle Jr., D-Mich., had planned to ask the panel to vote on interstate legislation Thursday and had pressed the Clinton administration to negotiate the details of a bill before then.

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