The 12 Federal Home Loan banks could advance more funds for community development projects under proposals made Wednesday by the Federal Housing Finance Board.

One proposal would create two new programs for rural and urban community investment. Under the Rural Development Advance program, the banks could make advances for economic development projects that benefit moderate- and low-income families. Funding provided through the Urban Development Advance program would be required to benefit low-income families.

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