WASHINGTON - A key member of the House Republican leadership is fighting a plan that could wind up killing a proposed ban on new insurance powers for national banks.

Rep. Gerald Solomon, chairman of the House Rules Committee, said in a memorandum to Majority Leader Richard Armey that a proposed moratorium on expansion of insurance powers by the Comptroller of the Currency is not open to debate.

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