WASHINGTON - The Federal Housing Finance Board is expected to issue today a proposal that would radically change the capital structure of the Federal Home Loan banks.

Mandated by the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, the proposal is part of that law's efforts to make it easier for banks and thrifts to enter and exit the Home Loan Bank system while still providing the system with a stable capital structure for the long term.

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