WASHINGTON - To kick off a major overhaul of the rules governing federally chartered savings institutions, the Office of Thrift Supervision has eliminated 8% of its regulations.

Effective today, gone is the requirement that every savings association publish an annual statement of condition in a newspaper. Also off the books are elaborate rules covering requests for savings account withdrawals and limits on selling merchandise to attract savings deposits.

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