WASHINGTON -- Any further funding for the nation's savings and loan cleanup beyond an immediate $20 billion infusion would require tax increases or spending cuts under a plan given final approval yesterday by the House Banking Committee's financial institutions subcommittee.

Voting 20 to 16, the panel sent the measure to the full banking committee, where the fate of the pay-as-you-go funding provision is uncertain.

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