WASHINGTON — A proposed extension of a federal guarantee for certain transaction accounts has become a rapidly moving target on Capitol Hill, as opponents across multiple business sectors have so far failed to stop its momentum in the Senate.

The Senate is expected to vote on a bill as early as next week that would extend the Transaction Account Guarantee program. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid filed a cloture motion on the bill on Thursday, likely setting up a fierce fight next week on the fate of the crisis-era program.

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