Judge Backs Thrift Against Regulators

WASHINGTON - A federal judge dealt S&L regulators a setback this week when he ruled that a Virginia savings bank can return four sick thrifts it bought from the government in the 1980s if regulators insist on stripping goodwill capital from the bank's books.

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