Bankers are worried that consumer protection provisions in the financial services reform bill that the House passed last week would leave them open to discriminatory treatment by state officials and impose new regulatory burdens.

"The general concepts of consumer protections covered in the bill are supportable by us, but we have real problems with some of the details," said Edward L. Yingling, chief lobbyist for the American Bankers Association.

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