Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd said he intends to tuck four major consumer protection initiatives generally opposed by the banking industry into an economic stimulus package Congress plans to tackle in a lame duck session after the election.

At a press conference Tuesday, the Connecticut Democrat said he plans to offer legislation to address mortgage bankruptcy reform, clamp-down on credit card practices, prevent predatory lending, and call for a 90-day foreclosure moratorium.

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