WASHINGTON - The Clinton administration, unveiling its long-awaited plan to reform the Community Reinvestment Act, proposed Wednesday to dramatically change the way banks must document their compliance with the law.

The proposal, which regulators have been devising since July, would establish starkly different sets of rules for large and small lenders.

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