WASHINGTON -- The Senate was moving toward a vote late yesterday to confirm President Clinton's nomination of Alan Blinder to become vice chairman of the Federal Reserve Board.

A vote of approval was expected soon, Senate aides said. Blinder's nomination cleared the Senate Banking Committee on May 24, shortly before the Memorial Day recess.

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