Opposition is mounting from thrifts across the country against proposed Clinton administration legislation that would raise the Federal Housing Administration's single-family mortgage loan program cap to 85% of the Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac ceiling.

The yet-to-be-introduced legislation, according to the California League of Savings Institutions, would have the Department of Housing and Urban Development raise its FHA single-family mortgage loan ceiling to about $172,000 from its current $152,000.

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