FACTBOX-Wall St money pours into Congress but to little avail


WASHINGTON, May 23 (Reuters) - Wall Street investment firms, commercial banks, mortgage lenders and other financial institutions have spent hundreds of millions of dollars so far to protect their interests during the financial reform debate in the U.S. Congress. A Senate reform bill that passed last week and a House of Representatives measure approved in December must now be reconciled by members of both chambers before final legislation can be enacted, sent to the White House and signed ...

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