After a month of contentious internal negotiations, the Bankers Roundtable on May 22 gave qualified support for House Banking Committee Chairman Jim Leach's Glass-Steagall repeal bill.

Although Rep. Leach told House leaders the big bank trade group now backs a vote on his bill, the organization actually laid down two conditions that must be met before it climbs on board:

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