WASHINGTON - The whirlwind of congressional activity surrounding Glass-Steagall Act reform has claimed its first casualty - the Federal Reserve's proposal to relax volume restrictions on banks' sales of securities.

Fed Governor John P. LaWare said he expects the central bank to delay any action on the July 1994 proposal until Congress considers its own reform proposals.

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