WASHINGTON — Community bankers should continue to bolster lending despite challenges created by compliance with a host of new Dodd-Frank regulations, Federal Reserve Gov. Elizabeth Duke said Tuesday.

Bankers have argued that the slate of rules is too burdensome, and may force them to pull out of certain markets. This is particularly true for residential mortgages, where banks face several new regulations.

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