WASHINGTON - The Federal Reserve's Consumer Advisory Council has plans to pore over piles of paper at its next meeting in November.

A subcommittee of the advisory panel will begin taking a comprehensive look at the dozens of Truth-in-Lending disclosures that banks are required to provide at loan closings. And they know what they're up against.

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