WASHINGTON - The usually nonpartisan Senate Banking Committee kicked off the new year with a round of party-line bickering that could set the tone for the year's legislative work.

On Tuesday, Democratic and Republican members of the panel released separate reports on the hearings held to examine President Clinton's involvement with the failed Whitewater Development Corp. and Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan.

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