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New Agency Plans To Cut The Paper

MAR 7, 2011

WASHINGTON-The new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will take aim at the huge paperwork requirements in the mortgage process as its first project, with a new try at combining disclosures for the TILA and the RESPA, according to Elizabeth Warren, the White House advisor who is organizing the consumer agency.

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