Chairman Phil Gramm said Tuesday that the Senate Banking Committee will begin voting on financial reform legislation Feb. 25, but the committee's ranking Democrat called this timing "overly ambitious."

The new chairman pledged to "move quickly" on financial modernization and said many obstacles to passing a bill were removed during negotiations last year. He also announced that beginning Tuesday he would help broker a deal on jurisdictional issues between the Federal Reserve Board and the Treasury Department.

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