WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan is set to testify about the state of the economy before the Senate Banking Committee on July 19.

Committee Chairman Phil Gramm said in a statement Thursday that the hearing was scheduled after lawmakers on the House and Senate Banking committees this week resolved a dispute over whether, and how often, to make the Fed chairman come to Capitol Hill to talk about monetary policy.

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