WASHINGTON -- Lenders appear to have little chance of salvaging a fair-credit reporting bill that they can support after a decisive Senate vote on Wednesday.

"We are less happy with the bill than we were before, and we weren't all that happy before," said Joe Belew, president of the Consumer Bankers Association.

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