A congressional investigative panel issued a scathing indictment Tuesday of Norman E. D'Amours' management of the National Credit Union Administration.

Concluding an eight-month probe, the House Banking Committee's general oversight committee said NCUA Chairman D'Amours and his executive director, Karl Hoyle, stifled debate, tightly controlled information, and ran the agency in a manner that "created morale problems" and "poisoned the atmosphere."

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