WASHINGTON — The Senate Banking Committee voted 13 to 10 along party lines Monday evening to approve a redrafted financial regulatory reform bill, with Republicans voting against the measure but vowing to work with Democrats on a compromise package before the bill reaches the full Senate for consideration, possibly next month.

In allowing the bill to move out of committee, Republicans said they would hold off on several hundred amendments to the massive legislative package that they had proposed late last week.

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