lending to minorities, the disabled, and people who do not speak English. The credit reporting company volunteered to develop the program for the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Part of the company's three-year project will involve developing educational materials for the public and structuring more-flexible underwriting guidelines using nontraditional credit information. - Compiled by Juliana Ratner

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