WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Board Gov. John P. LaWare said Monday that he will leave the central bank April 30, just days after the board is expected to vote on Community Reinvestment Act reform.

Officials at the Fed said Mr. LaWare, who plans to retire, will not participate in today's Federal Open Market Committee meeting. But he will participate in all other Fed meetings.

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