WASHINGTON - An agreement among House Banking Committee leaders appears to have cleared the way for a quick floor vote on legislation to provide new funding for failed savings and loans.

The agreement would provide $18.3 billion for the Resolution Trust Corp. and permit the bail-out agency to accept new conservatorships for another 18 months, to March 31, 1995. The agency would cease operations altogether at the end of 1995.

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