WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke on Friday reiterated the importance of community banks to the economy and the need to ensure regulatory burdens faced by small banks are minimized.

Testifying before the Senate Budget Committee, Bernanke said the purpose of regulatory reform legislation was to keep a closer eye on large banks, not smaller ones.

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