WASHINGTON — Democrats and Republicans squared off Tuesday over whether the incoming Obama administration should be given the remaining $350 billion in Troubled Asset Relief Program funds.

House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank said he had introduced legislation placing conditions on the money so that lawmakers could have an alternative to vote for over a bill blocking the release of the funds.

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