Trying to jump-start stalled negotiations on financial reform legislation, the House Commerce Committee on Wednesday offered to add several pro-bank provisions to its bill.

In a 30-page letter to the House Banking Committee, Commerce Committee officials proposed allowing banks to engage in additional securities activities, lift some restrictions on fee income, and restore the thrift charter.

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