WASHINGTON -- A House Banking subcommittee appears ready to approve fair-credit reporting legislation opposed by banks, following an agreement between the panel's chairman and a key Democrat.

Rep. Larry LaRocco, D-Idaho, had planned to offer a substitute bill that was considered less onerous than the measure Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy 2d, D-Mass., the panel's chairman, wanted it to consider.

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