WASHINGTON - Banks with satisfactory Community Reinvestment Act ratings should be shielded from community group protests, industry representatives said Thursday.

"The thing that gets so frustrating is that you get an examiner in ... then you get a rating, and the next day you get a protest," said James M. Culberson, chairman of First National Bank and Trust, Asheboro, N.C.

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