WASHINGTON — Consumer advocates pressed the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Wednesday to crack down harder on credit card issuers despite recent regulations that largely curtailed hidden fees and predatory practices.

During a field hearing in Chicago following the CFPB's study on the impact of card regulations over the last four years, consumer advocates urged the CFPB to dig further into legal disclosures of credit cards, not just unexpected rate hikes and fees.

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