WASHINGTON — In a startling defeat for retailers, the House on Thursday rejected bankruptcy reform legislation that was designed to make it more difficult to wipe out debts entirely in bankruptcy court.

The bill had been a top priority for retailers for six years, as legislation kept falling short of becoming law, including a pocket veto by President Clinton in 2000. Clinton saw the measure as anticonsumer.

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