WASHINGTON - President Clinton unveiled his community development lending program Thursday with a show of political strength that suggested banks may have trouble gaining regulatory relief through the legislation.

Surrounded by Vice President Al Gore, Cabinet secretaries, a large congressional delegation, regulators, bankers, and community activists, the President called for a $382 million fund for community development lenders over the next four years.

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