New York has enforced its own Community Reinvestment Act since 1978. It is modeled on the federal law and is similarly applicable to a range of institutions: retail and wholesale, foreign and domestic, urban and rural, money-center and community.

The issues of subjective standards, onerous paperwork, and inconsistent ratings are the focus of the state's effort to reform the act.

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