WASHINGTON - The administration on Wednesday unveiled its plan to overhaul the Federal Home Loan Bank System but ran into sharp criticism from a member of its own party.

During a hearing before the House Banking subcommittee on capital markets, Rep. Paul E. Kanjorski, D-Pa., described one element of the administration plan - a new formula for allocating interest payments on Resolution Funding Corp. bonds - as unconscionable.

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