Credit card issuers urged a Senate Judiciary subcommittee Friday to make it tougher for consumers to eliminate their debts through bankruptcy.

Donald Banks, director of legal services for the credit division of Dayton Hudson Corp., said bankruptcy trustees should analyze a consumer's income and expenses to determine whether they should file Chapter 13 to repay some debts or Chapter 7 to abolish their debts.

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