WASHINGTON — The Senate passed two small but critical industry measures late Tuesday involving ATM fee disclosures and information sharing with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, paving the way for the bills to be signed into law by the president.

One bill would cancel a requirement that banks must post a physical sign disclosing ATM fees, while another would strengthen protections for confidential information shared with the CFPB. The bills are identical to measures that have already passed the House, and now proceed to President Obama, who is expected to sign them soon.

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