The fate of the financial reform bill hung in the balance Tuesday as Clinton administration officials and key lawmakers emerged from hours of closed-door negotiations without a deal on the controversial community reinvestment provisions.

Both sides agreed to return to the bargaining table today. Changes to the Community Reinvestment Act of 1977 are the last unresolved issues facing the 66-member House-Senate conference committee crafting the legislation's final form.

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