WASHINGTON - A raft of banking rules - including deposit insurance premium cuts and Community Reinvestment Act reform - could be affected by a six-month moratorium on new regulations that is being proposed in Congress.

The Republican initiative, introduced this week in the House by majority whip Tom DeLay, would impose a ban on new government regulations until June 30. The Texas Republican's ban also would be retroactive to Nov. 9.

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