The Senate Judiciary Committee plans to vote Thursday on bankruptcy reform legislation.

The committee had been scheduled to vote March 25 on a bill introduced by Sen. Charles E. Grassley, R-Iowa, but postponed action to give members more time to review the details. The Grassley bill would let bankruptcy judges force consumers to repay unsecured debt if, after living and other expenses, they could afford to pay 25% of unsecured debt or $15,000.

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