WASHINGTON -- Bankers and thrift executives on Thursday urged Congress not to expand the lending powers of the Farm Credit System.

Of particular concern to some lenders is a proposal that would allow the system, which now has $65 billion in assets, to offer more home mortgages than permitted today.

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