WASHINGTON — Republican Sen. Richard Shelby on Wednesday provided an initial roadmap for his plans if he becomes chairman of the Senate Banking Committee next year.

During a speech in Washington, Shelby, R-Ala., said he would seek to change the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, push to require financial regulators to conduct rigorous cost-benefit analyses before implementing any new rules, and lay out a plan examining the nation's housing finance system.

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