WASHINGTON — A bipartisan coalition of lawmakers is pushing the Obama administration to nominate someone with community banking experience to the Federal Reserve Board.

The move comes amidst considerable turnover at the top of the agency. The Senate Banking Committee approved three nominations to the Fed board on Tuesday, but the White House still has one vacancy to fill. Officials also have yet to name a successor for Jeremy Stein, an academic, who announced in April that he will return to Harvard University in late May.

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