WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposed several tweaks on Monday to its recently released mortgage regulations, including changing certain deadlines.

The agency said the proposed amendments are meant to address certain questions lenders had about the implementation process including  in how to handle distressed borrowers, originator compensation, credit insurance premiums and small bank exemptions on high-priced mortgages.

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