WASHINGTON — After more than a week of debate, the Senate approved legislation on Tuesday that would enact sweeping credit card reform.

The Senate's 90 to 5 vote makes it likely President Obama will meet his self-imposed Memorial Day deadline to sign the legislation as the House tentatively plans to follow suit and approve the bill as soon as Wednesday.

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