Top Clinton administration officials pressed the financial services industry this week to support them on financial reform or risk having no bill.

Gary Gensler, the Treasury Department's under secretary for domestic finance, and Gene Sperling, the director of the National Economic Council, met with about 20 lobbyists Monday to stress that the President will veto the legislation if it weakens the Community Reinvestment Act or national bank charter.

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