WASHINGTON — Lawmakers and the Treasury Department continued to hash out details on a proposal to buy back illiquid assets, but there was growing anxiety over whether the plan would stabilize housing markets.

The concern cut across party lines and included several Senate Banking Committee members, who raised issues with how it was going to function and whether it would do so effectively — even if they planned to support the proposal.

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