WASHINGTON -- Top federal banking regulators on Thursday questioned the effectiveness of the new reporting requirements that they themselves proposed in an effort to overhaul the Community Reinvestment Act.

Federal Reserve Board Governor John P. LaWare told a House Banking subcommittee that it is "highly unlikely" that ethnic and gender data collected under the revised proposal could be used to establish discrimination.

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