WASHINGTON — Banking groups have launched a renewed assault against a bill that would raise the cap on business lending at credit unions as Senate leaders weigh whether to vote on the measure before yearend.

Both advocates and critics of the legislation agree it's not clear if or when a Senate vote will happen during the lame-duck session, but both sides see it as a distinct possibility.

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