Frustrated with the brevity of their public hearings on community reinvestment, bank regulators have taken to the streets.

In New York last week, they spent so much time touring a Queens neighborhood that they were late for their federal hearing on reforming the Community Reinvestment Act. More than 30 witnesses and a courtroom full of spectators cooled their heels for 20 minutes.

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