WASHINGTON -- The Federal Housing Finance Board is circulating its long-awaited proposal on how thrifts would be allowed to cash out a chunk of their Federal Home Loan Bank stock and eventually quit the system.

Under the plan, which needs congressional approval, thrifts insured by the Savings Association Insurance Fund could cash in 40% of their Home Loan Bank stock by the end of 1993, whether they want to withdraw or not.

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