WASHINGTON — The banking industry, facing a rash of lawsuits over fee-disclosure signs on ATMs, is hoping for help this week both from Congress and the Supreme Court.

On Capitol Hill, the House Financial Services Committee is scheduled to vote Wednesday on a bipartisan bill that would eliminate the requirement that ATMs display signs disclosing their fees, in light of the fact that ATM users must separately receive an on-screen notice of any charges.

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