WASHINGTON -- Amid the debate about opening doors to the underserved, a small Maryland thrift has gotten into trouble for locking people out.

Maryland Federal Savings and Loan, Hyattsville, restricts entrance to 20 of its 21 offices, with tellers opening main doors only after they have taken a look at the person wanting in.

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