WASHINGTON - In a gain for banks, House Republicans seem to have rejected the Senate's fast-track approach to dealing with the undercapitalized Savings Association Insurance Fund.

Instead, House members are leaning toward a broad plan that would merge the two industries - including their charters, their insurance funds, and their regulators - in addition to infusing money into the thrift fund.

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