WASHINGTON -- A banker warned Thursday that proposed amendments to the Fair Credit Reporting Act could increase the risk - and cost - of making consumer loans.

Robert D. Hunter, executive vice president of Chase Manhattan Bank, told the Senate Banking Committee that the bill would severely restrict the information available to lenders.

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