WASHINGTON — The Senate is scheduled to vote Wednesday on a revised version of a bill to stabilize the financial markets, according to top lawmakers.

The revised bill, which would create a government facility to buy and hold up to $700 billion in troubled assets, is expected to include a provision that raises the deposit insurance limit to $250,000 for one year.

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