A solid minority of banks approved for funding under the Treasury Department's Capital Purchase Program have not taken the money, and some say they may not take it until the government clarifies how the contracts may be changed.

Several bankers, representing institutions among the more than 20% that have chosen to remain on the sidelines, said they are concerned about a clause in the deals that gives the Treasury the ability to change the agreements.

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