The bankruptcy reform debate erupted in the House Tuesday as the ranking Republican and Democratic members of a key subcommittee introduced conflicting bills.

Rep. George W. Gekas, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee's commercial and administrative law subcommittee, unveiled a pro-creditor, needs-based bankruptcy system that would prevent high-income borrowers from eliminating their debts.

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