WASHINGTON - The Justice Department would be forced from center stage on the lending discrimination front under the latest version of a regulatory reform measure the House Banking Committee plans to consider today.

The bill would require a referral from a banking agency before Justice could investigate. Banking advocates praised the shift, but whether examiners are up to the challenge depends on whom one asks.

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