WASHINGTON - Plans to change how Federal Home Loan banks pay interest on thrift-bailout bonds met with a mixed reaction from bankers' groups Thursday.

The American Bankers Association and the Independent Bankers Association of America didn't oppose the proposals by the Clinton administration and Rep. Richard Baker, R-La., to rewrite the formula by which the Home Loan banks pay $300 million a year in interest on Resolution Funding Corp. bonds.

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