WASHINGTON - Lack of support in the Senate and the threat of a presidential veto are prompting House Banking Committee Chairman Jim Leach to yank controversial Community Reinvestment Act provisions from banking legislation due to be voted next week.

The Iowa Republican struck a deal with House leaders recently to package Glass-Steagall repeal and regulatory relief legislation, but the CRA changes are being stripped, according to committee aides.

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