President Bush signed into law the bankruptcy reform bill, giving the go-ahead to the most far-reaching revision of the bankruptcy code since its enactment in 1978.
The legislation, which recently passed Congress after years of intensive lobbying by banks, credit card companies and retailers, tightens the ability of consumers to dissolve their debts.
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