WASHINGTON — Lawmakers laid out a series of ambitious deadlines in the Dodd-Frank Act, requiring regulators to complete roughly 170 new rules by July.

But it has become increasingly clear that the agencies are going to miss many of those targets; several major rules, including one to force lenders to retain some risk from loans they sell to the secondary market, are behind schedule and unlikely to be completed anytime soon.

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