Legislation to retroactively extend deposit insurance coverage of $250,000 per account at all banks that failed in 2008 is gaining ground, and could even be folded into the financial reform bill.

The measure is designed to help depositors of IndyMac Bank recover some of the money they lost when the Pasadena, Calif., thrift failed nearly two years ago.

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