Legislation in Minnesota designed to restrict the payday loan industry fell short Friday of winning final approval in the Minnesota Senate, meaning advocates of reform will have to wait until next year.

The Senate had voted 37-25 to send a bill to the House, which recently had adopted a different version of the legislation, but the session ended before Senate lawmakers could figure out a common proposal.

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