WASHINGTON - Leaders of a House agriculture subcommittee have told bank groups and the Farm Credit Council to resolve their differences before Congress comes back into session Sept. 5 - or else.

But with half of Washington on vacation, even arranging a meeting between the opposing sides in the debate over Farm Credit System lending has so far proved impossible.

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