The Senate Banking Committee is expected to begin debating legislation today that would let banks offer interest on business checking accounts and roll back more than 40 other industry regulations.

Though committee Chairman Alfonse M. D'Amato has said he wants the panel to vote on the bill today, prospects for quick action were uncertain Wednesday because the committee may have to wade through 75 amendments that have been filed on the bill.

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