WASHINGTON - Nonbanks benefit so much from government assistance programs that they should be subject to a community reinvestment requirement, according to an economic policy group.

The Southern Finance Project, in a 131-page report, proposed creating a National Reinvestment Fund to be financed with assessments on nonbank lenders.

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