WASHINGTON - California would stop doing business with commercial banks that do not rate "high satisfactory" in all three of the Community Reinvestment Act's categories - lending, investment, and services - under pending legislation that also would apply to nonbanks.

If enacted, the bill would affect any financial services firm with operations in the state.

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