WASHINGTON — In an attempt to avoid the stigma of the Troubled Asset Relief Program, President Obama plans to announce today a separate $30 billion program to help small businesses receive loans from community banks.

Although the plan would use money left over from Tarp, it would not carry the same restrictions, including warrant and executive compensation requirements, according to senior administration officials.

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