WASHINGTON — Members of the Federal Open Market Committee said they have “a fairly high threshold” for adjustments to the Treasury purchase plan known as Quantitative Easing 2, or QE2, according to minutes from their last meeting released Tuesday.

Members of the Federal Reserve Board’s policymaking body also expressed concern at the Dec. 14 meeting that state and local government fiscal conditions remain a detriment to growth.

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