WASHINGTON — Senate Banking Committee members raised a host of concerns Thursday about the state of the financial services industry as regulators grapple with a mountain of new rules mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act.

Among their top worries were the stability of the banking system, weaknesses in mortgage servicing, regulatory burdens on community banks and the pace and tone of required rulemakings.

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