The House Financial Services Committee approved a bill by voice vote Thursday that would speed up enactment of recent credit card reforms that ban double-cycle billing and universal default and limits fees.

During debate, the committee approved two amendments by voice vote from Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., that would exempt small issuers with 2 million accounts or fewer and prepaid card issuers from the reform's expedited implementation.

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