Republican congressional leaders this week considered - but ultimately rejected - including the thrift insurance fund rescue in legislation scheduled for a vote Friday.

House Speaker Newt Gingrich eyed the Savings Association Insurance Fund rescue as a way to pay for a $6 billion tax cut for families.

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