WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen said Thursday that she has asked the White House to appoint a community banker to the central bank's board.

Appearing before the Senate Budget Committee, Yellen noted that the Fed recently lost two governors with community banking experience: Betsy Duke, a former Virginia banker, and Sarah Bloom Raskin, a former commissioner of banks for Maryland.

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