WASHINGTON - Bank and thrift regulators announced Monday they will hold a public hearing next week to discuss reforming the Community Reinvestment Act.

Next Tuesday, bankers, community activists, and others concerned about banks' responsibilities to their neighborhoods will sound off before Comptroller Eugene A. Ludwig, Federal Reserve Board governor Lawrence Lindsey, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. acting Chairman Andrew Hove, and Office of Thrift Supervision Jonathan Fiechter, acting director.

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