WASHINGTON — In an emergency session to salvage wayward votes and put regulatory reform legislation back on track, House and Senate conferees agreed late Tuesday to strip a proposed bank tax from the bill and add other budget offsetting mechanisms in its place.
The final reform bill would immediately terminate the Troubled Asset Relief Program fund and require large banks to pay higher deposit insurance premiums.
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