Though the House Financial Services Committee voted to attach his amendment toughening oversight of the Federal Reserve Board to legislation aimed at reining in systemic risk, Rep. Ron Paul said Monday that he is unlikely to vote for the broader bill.

"If you look at my record, I don't generally vote for bad stuff to get good stuff in," the Texas Republican said in an interview on CNBC, arguing that the bill approved by the panel contained too much regulation. "I doubt very much if I'm going to change my tradition."

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