WASHINGTON - For the second year in a row, a group of Freddie Mac shareholders is trying to link executive compensation to the agency's support of low-income lending.

The shareholders - seven religious orders with a combined 48,000 shares - want short-term cash bonuses at Freddie Mac to be linked to the agency's performance in meeting congressionally mandated goals for support of low- income housing.

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