WASHINGTON - A measure that would ease bank audit requirements should be dropped from regulatory relief legislation pending before Congress, lawmakers said.

During a hearing on the Daiwa Bank scandal, Rep. Marge Roukema said lawmakers should retain a requirement that external auditors attest to the adequacy of a bank's internal controls.

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