WASHINGTON--Regulators told Congress on Friday that their reform of the Community Reinvestment Act will not include a "safe harbor" provision for banks with strong performance.

Testifying before a House Banking subcommittee, Comptroller of the Currency Eugene Ludwig said that until community groups and lenders agree that "integrity" has been restored to the law, the safe harbor incentive for community-based lending will remain off the table.

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