ALBANY, N.Y. (FNS) -- Legislation that would have extended existing credit card protections to debit card users was vetoed by New York Gov. George Pataki earlier this month. Although the premise of the bill was sound, its wording was flawed, according to the Food Industry Alliance of New York State here, which opposed the measure. Among the legislation would have required those issuing or accepting debit card transaction forms to use only carbonless forms or forms that do not use some other ...

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