WASHINGTON -- The Congressional Budget Office is warning that the Savings Association Insurance Fund may default on the bonds issued to pay for the thrift industry's cleanup.

In a memo to the House Banking Committee, the budget office flagged a potential funding "crisis," explaining that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is limiting which monies the thrift fund may use to pay interest on the bonds.

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