WASHINGTON - With a key vote on Glass-Steagall legislation only a week away, the House Banking Committee's plans to keep insurance issues out of the bill may be in jeopardy.

An aide to House Commerce Committee Chairman Thomas J. Blilely told lobbyists last Friday that the Virginia Republican has not made a deal with Banking Committee Chairman Jim Leach to have both panels steer clear of insurance.

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