WASHINGTON - The Senate and the House remain at odds over key provisions of legislation to tighten federal regulation of the government securities market, sources familiar with the negotiations said Friday.

The sources said that the Senate agreed in part with a provision in the House-passed bill that would require dealers and other market participants to report to the government when they take a large position in the market, but that it added restrictions limiting the Treasury Department's ability to invoke the rule.

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