Industry officials are vowing to fight proposed changes to the consumer bankruptcy laws that would make it easier for borrowers to discharge their debts without repaying.

The proposal, which will be debated at an April 16 meeting of the National Bankruptcy Review Commission in Seattle, would allow consumers who file under Chapter 13 to eliminate all their debts even if they fail to make any of their promised payments.

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