WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is seeking a handful of changes to credit card legislation the House plans to take up next week that would toughen consumer protections.

The provisions are expected to be discussed Thursday when bankers from the largest issuers and representatives from the card networks gather at the White House for a meeting on credit card issues.

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