Community activists are betting the arrival of two Clinton appointees will force the Federal Reserve Board to revive a plan permitting banks to collect data about the race and sex of small-business and farm borrowers.

The proposed changes to Regulation B, which many bankers oppose as added regulatory burden, have languished since last April 19, when new Community Reinvestment Act rules were adopted.

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