WASHINGTON - Bankers in the Washington area can expect more scrutiny of their community lending practices in the wake of a protest rally Tuesday at Columbia First Bank.

Local activists attacked Columbia First, the area's second-largest thrift, with $2.2 billion in assets, for failing to invest in its own community.

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