WASHINGTON - A national trade association wants the banking agencies to conduct a spring cleaning.

The Bankers Roundtable asked the regulators this month to either eliminate or substantially modify scores of rules in response to the Riegle Community Development and Regulatory Improvement Act of 1994. That law requires the agencies to review their rules to reduce regulatory costs, improve industry efficiency, and remove unwarranted credit restraints.

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