The House Financial Services Committee approved a series of amendments Thursday designed to enhance oversight of the Federal Reserve and create a government fund to pay for the failure of systemic institutions.

The measures were included in a bill to give the government oversight and resolution powers over systemically important companies. Though a vote had been expected on the measure, Chairman Barney Frank said he would put off a final roll call vote until after the Thanksgiving recess.

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