The House's next round of hearings on financial reform is tentatively set to begin April 28.

Rep. Michael G. Oxley, the chairman of House Commerce's finance subcommittee, plans to hold at least two days of hearings on the legislation. The panel's second hearing is expected to be held in early May, his spokeswoman said Wednesday. House Republican leaders have given the Commerce Committee until May 14 to vote on financial reform.

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