House Banking Committee officials are floating a financial reform compromise that would preserve the thrift charter but limit its powers.

The latest proposal, which surfaced Thursday, could break the logjam that has prevented Congress from revising the laws governing the banking, securities, and insurance industries. It came out just a day after the House Commerce Committee released its own proposed compromise.

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