WASHINGTON -- Lender representatives, including the American Bankers Association, have told Senate Banking Committee members they oppose the Fair Credit Reporting Act amendments that are scheduled for a committee vote Thursday.

The lending industry has generally opposed the House version of the bill, which is intended to make it easier for consumers to find and correct errors in their credit reports.

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