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WASHINGTON — Suggestions from the credit union industry on regulations in need of review or reform did not make the cut in response to a request from the Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy.

After reviewing some 80 nominations of regulations in need of review or reform, the Office of Advocacy has released the top 10 submissions. The office’s Regulatory Review and Reform Initiative, or r3, was designed to identify and address existing federal regulations that should be revised because they are ineffective, duplicative or out of date, according to the agency.

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