The House Financial Services Committee might hold a hearing before it moves to mark up and vote on a major regulatory bill that would restrict subprime mortgage lending and lender compensation. 

Committee chairman Barney Frank, D-Mass., was expected to move quickly on the bill shortly after Congress returns from a two-week break on April 20.

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