WASHINGTON - The California Assembly is scheduled to vote today on a sweeping lender-disclosure bill that activists hope will become a model for the nation.

The bill, which has yet to pass the state Senate, would require all financial institutions that have at least $100 million in assets and do business with state or local agencies to make extensive disclosures about minority lending and hiring.

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