Congressional and White House aides agreed Friday that bankruptcy reform is needed-and politically popular.

"There is a large contingent who hold the view, which the President strongly shares, which is that there is a need for meaningful bankruptcy reform," Sarah Rosen, senior White House adviser for financial and regulatory affairs, said at an American Bankruptcy Institute conference here.

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