SAN DIEGO - California bankers are fighting a state bill that would require lenders to give home loan applicants their credit scores automatically.

The California Bankers Association contends that the measure would create too much operational expense and could expose lenders to liability. But the California Association of Realtors, which championed the bill, says it believes consumers have a right to question their credit scores.

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