WASHINGTON — A push by the Senate, a change in tone from constituents, and pressure from within each major political party is designed to force the House to reverse course and approve a bill this week to stabilize the financial markets.

The Senate was expected to pass its version of the bill late Wednesday after revising it to include additional incentives for wary Republicans, including a temporary increase in the deposit insurance limit and an extension of tax breaks.

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