WASHINGTON -- The Clinton administration has successfully turned back congressional attempts to reduce the thrift bailout agency's funding.

Jack Ryan, acting Resolution Trust Corp. chief executive, riled Congress last month when he said the agency would need just $5 billion of the $18.3 billion the administration wrangled out of lawmakers last year.

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