WASHINGTON — More than a quarter of House lawmakers are asking the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to delay implementation of its "qualified mortgage" rule, arguing that many smaller institutions are not going to be ready on time.

In a letter signed by 118 House Republicans, many of which are members of the House Financial Services Committee, the lawmakers noted that the regulation and its amendments total more than 4,000 pages and go into effect in January.

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