The banking industry struck out Friday as the National Bankruptcy Review Commission tentatively agreed to make it tougher for creditors to collect debts and seize collateral.

The commission, chartered by Congress to revamp the bankruptcy code, is scheduled to formally vote on changes to consumer debt laws at a June 19 meeting in Detroit.

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