After months of controversy, the signing of the Financial Modernization Act (S. 900) this month finally prompted the Federal Housing Finance Board to vote Nov. 15 to withdraw the controversial proposal that would have drastically overhauled the Federal Home Loan Banks' capital structure.

However, a new proposal is bound to be resubmitted next year, officials say.

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