WASHINGTON — The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is getting plenty of input, including some conflicting advice, as it develops a program designed to create a market for troubled loans.

In comment letters due last week, representatives for both banks and investors said the Legacy Loans Program should be broad and include credit and corporate loans, municipal securities and loans secured by farmland.

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