WASHINGTON — The House Financial Services Committee narrowly passed an amendment Wednesday that would raise the cost of funding for the largest financial institutions and cut them off from Federal Home Loan Bank advances.

The amendment was among many the panel voted on including one that would allow a council of regulators to break up large, complex banks and another to let the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. set up a liquidity facility to help solvent companies.

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