WASHINGTON -- Congress may soon curb the practice of mutual thrifts changing their federal charters to state charters in order to convert to publicly traded companies under new, flexible state laws.

Both the House and Senate Banking Committees are expected to draft legislation on the conversions, which enable executives to capture large blocks of free or low-priced stock, before the end of the 1993 session.

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