WASHINGTON - A House Banking subcommittee canceled a vote on legislation to modernize the Federal Home Loan Bank System, casting serious doubts on prospects for broad system reform.

Rep. Richard Baker, chairman of the House Banking subcommittee on capital markets, called off Thursday's vote out of frustration over disagreement among the 12 Home Loan bank district presidents on how to allocate interest payments on thrift-bailout bonds.

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