WASHINGTON — The House Financial Services Committee will vote on three municipal bond-related bills this fall and will also take up legislation to regulate municipal and other over-the-counter derivatives.

The timing of the legislation was discussed at a joint press conference yesterday by House Financial Services Committee chairman Barney Frank, D-Mass., and House Agriculture Committee chairman Collin Peterson, D-N.D., who, along with seven other Democrats,  unveiled an outline of the derivatives legislation.

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