The consumer bankruptcy bar is lining up against legislation designed to curb the 1.4 million personal bankruptcies filed annually and rein in some of the country’s $40 billion in consumer debt.

A controversial provision of the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1999 would implement a means test to determine who is eligible for Chapter 7, the most lenient type of personal bankruptcy.

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