WASHINGTON — In its first year of operation, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has already proved to be one of the busiest regulators in Washington.

The agency has released a consumer complaint database as well as a prototype credit card agreement written in plain language, and launched the first federal program overseeing nonbank lenders.

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