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Federal banking regulators are giving lenders more flexibility when they restructure high-interest rate mortgages given to home buyers with poor credit.

The effort by the Office of Thrift Supervision and other agencies is aimed at softening the impact of the housing market’s slowdown and bolsters the argument of lawmakers who say mortgage reforms may not be needed.

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