The Savings Association Insurance Fund rescue is expected to play a key role this week as Congress attempts to avoid another budget showdown with President Clinton.

Senate Democrats may try to use the thrift fund fix to pay for social programs the President wants. "They are looking for offsets and this is on everybody's list," said Floyd Stoner, an American Bankers Association lobbyist.

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