WASHINGTON — A deal announced Monday between Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd and Sen. Richard Shelby, the panel's top Republican, is likely to speed passage this week of a bill designed to rein in credit card practices.

Though the banking industry continues to lobby against the legislation, it is expected to pass the Senate with a large bipartisan vote, giving it critical momentum as lawmakers turn to reconciling differences with the version the House approved on April 30.

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