Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin on Monday reiterated the Clinton administration's pledge to veto financial services reform legislation, which the Senate could take up today.

"We have said we would veto it in the form it now exists," Mr. Rubin said in response to questions during a Treasury Department news conference.

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