WASHINGTON -- The Clinton administration made a pitch Thursday for a proposed compromise on rules to combat kickbacks in the mortgage business.

Nick Retsinas, HUD's assistant secretary for housing, told a briefing for industry groups that the latest draft "tries to achieve a balance" between the competing interests of different industry groups and others, such as consumers.

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