Bankruptcy Bill Passes Senate NPR's Steve Inskeep reports that the Senate passed legislation that would make it harder for people who file for personal bankruptcy to have their debts fully discharged. The House has passed a similar bill which has the support of President Bush.

Bankruptcy Bill Passes Senate

Bankruptcy Bill Passes Senate

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NPR's Steve Inskeep reports that the Senate passed legislation that would make it harder for people who file for personal bankruptcy to have their debts fully discharged. The House has passed a similar bill which has the support of President Bush.

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