WASHINGTON - The Office of Thrift Supervision kicked off a yearlong regulatory relief campaign this week with a proposal to restructure its rulebook and drop some out-of-date rules.

"In this first phase, we're targeting structural changes and sort of the easy-kill objects," said G. Jeffrey Miner, the agency's deputy general counsel and one of the authors of the plan, which was published as a proposed rule in Monday's Federal Register.

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