WASHINGTON - The House could vote as early as today on legislation intended to pry open markets in countries that discriminate against U.S. banks, but the bill may encounter resistance in the Senate.

"It's the end of the session, and any one senator has the power to block it," said Senate Banking Committee Chairman Donald W. Riegle Jr., D-Mich.

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