WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Governor Lawrence B. Lindsey Tuesday questioned the community reinvestment record of First interstate Bancorp, Los Angeles, in dissenting from a Fed approval of the lender's plan to buy another bank.

Five other board members, including Chairman Alan Greenspan, voted for the bank's application to acquire California Republic Bank, Bakersfield. Vice Chairman David W. Mullins was absent and did not vote.

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