WASHINGTON — The Obama administration's 2011 budget proposal would rework how Federal Housing Administration premiums are charged, calling for increasing the annual premium on such loans to as much as 90 basis points, but allowing the agency to drop its up-front premiums to 1%.

The plan also reiterated calls for a new tax on large institutions, but provided few new details on the plan.

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