WASHINGTON — A powerful credit-union trade group on Tuesday laid out its conditions for supporting the proposed Consumer Financial Protection Agency.

Credit unions and community banks, which hold considerable sway on Capitol Hill, are being courted by the Obama administration to support the new agency. Without credit union and small bank support, it could be difficult to push the proposal through Congress.

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