WASHINGTON — The National Retail Federation today launched a radio campaign urging the House and Senate to keep an amendment seeking “reasonable” swipe fees for debit card transactions in financial services reform legislation expected to be finalized next week. “With big banks and the credit card industry pushing hard to strip this important consumer protection out of the financial services reform bill, we want to make sure that members of Congress realize how angry small businesses and ...

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