WASHINGTON —Bankers were listening last week when Vice President Cheney warned business groups “not to fall into the trap of trying to get every pet provision added” to the administration’s $1.6 trillion tax cut plan.

Though the individual rate cut proposal, formally unveiled Thursday, offers little specifically for banks, industry lobbyists applauded its potential to spur long-term economic growth. And they don’t want to push their luck.

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