WASHINGTON - The revised Community Reinvestment Act rules that regulators recently approved represent a fundamental shift in the way the law is enforced.

The focus on paperwork and process is gone. Instead, examiners will be looking at performance - how well institutions do in meeting the credit needs of low- and moderate-income communities.

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