WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and specifically its massive rewrite of mortgage rules, has been a continual source of banker angst since they took effect a year ago.

But the CFPB on Thursday again sought to give smaller financial institutions' more comfort with the new regime, unveiling a series of proposed relief measures to allow potentially thousands of more community banks and credit unions to more easily make "qualified mortgages."

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