WASHINGTON - The so-called Oakar banks aren't the only financial institutions looking to pay a smaller share of the cost of capitalizing the Savings Association Insurance Fund.

Two much-smaller groups - one made up of 23 commercial banks, the other of eight thrifts - argue that it isn't fair to make them pay the full 85- basis-point fee on savings fund-insured deposits.

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