To prevent a party-line stalemate when the House Banking Committee votes on Glass-Steagall reform Thursday, Chairman Jim Leach plans to pare regulatory relief from the sweeping bill.

Many Republican members are unhappy that to gain Democratic support Rep. Leach has agreed to remove provisions that would weaken the Community Reinvestment Act and the Truth-in-Savings Act.

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