WASHINGTON -- The House Energy and Commerce Committee postponed a vote yesterday on legislation to delay for nine months the Jan. 1, 1992, effective date of the new Medicaid financing rules.

An aide to the panel said the vote was put off because committee members were preoccupied with legislation to reform the banking industry. The aide said the vote may be rescheduled for next week, but no firm date has been set yet.

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