WASHINGTON Fair-credit reporting legislation has reemerged as a contender during the final hours of this year's congressional session, though congressional sources said enactment is far from assured.

The House approved a compromise version of the bill Tuesday afternoon, and sent the measure back m the Senate for a new vote. The Senate is expected to amend it further and return it to the House.

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