WASHINGTON — Mortgage disclosures and supervision of non-bank entities will be top concerns for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as it enters its third official year of operation, according to its semi-annual rulemaking agenda released Wednesday.

Although most federal agencies must release their agendas twice a year in conjunction with the Office of Management and Budget, the CFPB's is particularly lengthy, focusing on meeting regulatory deadlines under Dodd-Frank and expanding its authority over nonbanks.

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