SAN ANTONIO -- Bank regulators hoped to hold public hearings to gather constructive advice on reforming the Community Reinvestment Act, but at their second hearing last week, they got a lot of grief instead.

The four agencies asked community groups, public advocates and industry officials for specific recommendations on how to refocus the law on actual lending, on what new objective factors should be included, and on what consideration differences in bank size and community should be given.

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