WASHINGTON Tuesday's Republican landslide may prove to be good news for banks worried about the administration's fair-lending agenda- but bad news for thrifts looking for government help m recapitalizing their insurance fund.

Bankers see the GOP as more friendly to their interests on the broad set of issues known as regulatory burden. The two biggest concerns are Community Reinvestment Act reform and the Department of Justice's aggressive pursuit of fair4ending violations.

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