Consumer advocate Ralph Nader is demanding congressional hearings on whether the thrift industry should pay judgments from the regulatory goodwill litigation.

"It would be wrong for the taxpayers who have borne the brunt of the savings and loan bailout to now be required to pay the judgments of these goodwill suits," Mr. Nader wrote Monday in a letter to House Banking Committee Chairman Jim Leach.

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