WASHINGTON -- Comptroller of the Currency Eugene A. Ludwig and Federal Reserve Governor Lawrence B. Lindsey clashed Wednesday on a proposal to control interest rates on second mortgages.

At a Senate Banking Committee hearing, Mr. Ludwig endorsed a bill to curb the high-interest lending that has been criticized as "reverse redlining."

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