WASHINGTON -- The Federal Reserve's Consumer Advisory Council has overwhelmingly rejected a resolution calling on Governor Lawrence B. Lindsey to rescue himself from voting on the Community Reinvestment Act revisions.

The council, composed of bankers and community activists, voted 20 to 5 against the nonbinding resolution, according to Fed staffers at the Thursday meeting.

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