Efforts to quickly enact bankruptcy reform hit a political brick wall Thursday during a rare joint hearing of Senate and House Judiciary subcommittees.

The same issues that stymied reform last year still divide Republicans and Democrats: protecting child support payments from creditors, overriding state laws safeguarding a debtor's home, and requiring more extensive credit card disclosures. House Judiciary leaders also sniped at each other over the pace of debate.

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