Though the Clinton administration still opposes some provisions, Treasury Under Secretary John D. Hawke Jr. on Monday urged the House to approve financial reform legislation this year.

"This is a fixable bill," Mr. Hawke said in an interview. "If it's not done, the delay into next session will threaten the viability of the legislation."

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