WASHINGTON — The House approved the final version of a $787 billion economic stimulus bill Friday on a vote of 246 to 183. The Senate is expected to vote later Friday.

The banking industry generally supports the bill's goal of jumpstarting the economy and promoting job growth, but opposes provisions in the bill that would clamp down on executive compensation paid to top executives at banks receiving funds from the Troubled Asset Relief Program.

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