WASHINGTON -- The Clinton Administration is considering two options for giving the Federal Housing Finance Board a quorum, and the action is likely by the end of the year.

Nicolas P. Retsinas, who is running the Federal Housing Finance Board and represents the Department of Housing and Urban Development on it, said last week that one possibility is simply appointing new members.

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