GOP Revives Bankruptcy Reform Fight

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Congressional Republicans renew efforts to rewrite the nation's bankruptcy laws in order to tighten rules for debtors. The House passes the bankruptcy reform bill — for the ninth time since 1997. The bill is likely to meet stiff opposition from Senate Democrats, who have helped defeat it in the past. Hear NPR's Peter Overby.

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