After getting bogged down Tuesday in an Interior Department appropriations bill, the Senate is expected to consider the consumer bankruptcy reform bill today.

Senators initially planned to begin debate late Tuesday morning on the bill, which would let creditors ask judges to force debtors to repay some unsecured debt rather than discharge it all in bankruptcy. Currently only court-appointed trustees may make such requests.

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