WASHINGTON - Banks may have gained an important ally in their battle against legislation that would bar the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency from expanding national bank insurance powers.

Rep. Richard Baker, R-La., is expected to offer an amendment that would delete the restraints on the Comptroller's office in a regulatory relief bill the House Banking Committee is scheduled to consider today.

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