Banks are knocking a government proposal to let credit unions make larger business loans.

The National Credit Union Administration on Wednesday proposed doubling to $100,000 the maximum amount that credit unions may lend to businesses without complying with onerous rules. Mortgages for vacation homes also would be exempt from NCUA's business lending regulations if rental income is not relied on for repayment.

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