WASHINGTON — The credit card industry sharply protested a new bill from House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank Thursday, arguing that moving up the compliance deadline for new restrictions on card practices would be "extremely difficult, if not impossible" to meet.

Frank and Rep. Carolyn Maloney introduced a bill Thursday that would hasten the effective date of recently enacted card reform by two months to Dec. 1.

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