WASHINGTON — Lawmakers are scrambling to complete two major banking bills — credit card reform and a housing and liquidity bill — before adjourning for the Memorial Day recess at the end of the week.

The banking industry is overwhelmingly backing one measure, which would raise the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s borrowing authority to $100 billion and help the agency reduce a planned steep premium hike for the entire banking industry.

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