WASHINGTON - Eight years after Congress put the brakes on banking activities by nonbanks, the mood on Capitol Hill may be changing.

Legislation recently approved by the House and Senate banking committees contains provisions that would allow nonbanks to grow more quickly and offer new credit card products.

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