Banks and thrifts are arguing that credit unions should meet tougher standards if they want to obtain long-term loans from federal Home Loan banks.

In letters filed with the Federal Housing Finance Board, which regulates the Home Loan banks, banks and thrifts argue that while they are required to meet a host of regulations, including Community Reinvestment Act requirements, to borrow the funds, credit unions are getting off scot-free.

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