WASHINGTON - The Office of Thrift Supervision took the first steps toward stricter regulation of predatory lenders Tuesday by announcing a plan to review its mortgage lending rules.

In an advanced notice of proposed rulemaking, the agency is soliciting comment on how to close a loophole that allows finance companies to avoid state laws against predatory practices.

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