A longtime critic of the FHA program Tuesday released a study of default rates in aging urban neighborhoods that she maintained underscores the program's flaws.

The report found that in Los Angeles, for example, 54.5% of defaults on FHA-insured loans from 1991 through 1995 occurred in just 11% of the city's census tracts.

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