WASHINGTON - Sen. Charles E. Schumer vowed a last-minute push Thursday for legislation he unveiled this week that would let consumers see their credit scores.

"I find it not only wrong, but somewhat sinister, that in the mortgage process lenders have access to all the decision-influencing information, and consumers are left in the dark," the New York Democrat said. He was testifying at a House Banking financial institutions subcommittee hearing on whether lenders should be forced to disclose the highly guarded data.

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