WASHINGTON -- The Senate Banking Committee, rejecting a Clinton administration proposal, approved a deficit reduction plan on Wednesday that raises revenue without new assessments on state-chartered banks.

The panel also rejected the administration's fallback position, which called for raising money by diminishing the rights of uninsured depositors to collect a share of the proceeds from failed institutions.

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