WASHINGTON -- The Senate is scheduled to take up amendments to the Fair Credit Reporting Act Today, and bank lobbyists have begun to worry that the bill could become a vehicle for a variety of amendaments that they opposes.

"It could be a real mess," said Edward l. Yingling, chief lobbyist for the American Bankers Association. "They have no time agreement [limiting debate], and members could decide it's the last chance to get amendments passed."

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