WASHINGTON - Bills aimed at stepping up federal regulation of financial advisers and the government securities market appear to be dead for this year, Capitol Hill sources said yesterday.

Members of the House Banking Committee and the Energy and Commerce Committee remain deadlocked over the government securities legislation and have agreed to drop it for this year, sources said.

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