House Republican leaders are pressing for a vote next week on financial reform, but controversy about the bill's privacy limits could delay action until after the Fourth of July recess.

To hasten a compromise on the sticky issue of privacy, Rules Committee Chairman David Dreier has tapped Reps. Martin Frost, D-Tex., and Deborah Pryce, R-Ohio, to spearhead a bipartisan deal. Reps. Frost and Pryce are sorting through ideas, a House staffer said.

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