WASHINGTON -- Bank lobbyists said a credit reporting bill that cleared the House Monday is much improved from earlier versions but warned that the measure would still add modestly to the industry's regulatory burden.

"The industry won't exactly be wild about it, especially when you look at the operational burdens the bill imposes," said Joe Belew, president of the Consumer Bankers Association.

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