WASHINGTON — As bankers continue to oppose a bill to create a consumer financial protection agency, lawmakers are turning up the pressure by targeting specific reforms in areas like credit cards, interchange fees and overdraft programs.

The House Financial Services Committee plans to hold a hearing Thursday on two such bills: one to speed up by two months implementation of recent credit card reform and another to regulate interchange fees. Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd, meanwhile, is expected to introduce a bill soon to restrict overdraft fees.

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