The House has scheduled a second showdown on financial reform legislation for May 13.

At a Rules Committee meeting on the bill Thursday, Chairman Gerald Solomon beseeched lawmakers to compromise and urged the Clinton administration to tone down its opposition. He even suggested that opponents were likely to win changes to the bill when it reaches the Senate.

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