WASHINGTON - Rep. Charles Schumer became the second lawmaker in a week to question the Comptroller of the Currency's plan to let national bank subsidiaries offer products that are off limits to their parents.

The New York Democrat contrasted Comptroller Eugene A. Ludwig's recent warnings about slipping credit standards with his plans to open the door for national banks to deliver a wider array of products and services.

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