WASHINGTON - The Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee says it has a Savings Association Insurance Fund rescue plan that would cost commercial banks much less than the Clinton administration's plan, and it wouldn't cost thrifts any more.

How? Tougher capital requirements for banks and thrifts, which, the committee contends, would allow Congress to safely abandon the 1.25% reserve requirement for the thrift fund.

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