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After weeks of lying dormant, legislation designed to slash the filing fees paidto the Securities and Exchange Commission could be back on track in Congress.Separate efforts in the House of Representatives and the Senate are leading somecongressional observers to think there is at least a slim chance that a billcould reach President Bush’s desk by year-end.

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