ARLINGTON, Va. — The Merchants Payments Coalition, representing 2.7 million U.S. businesses, lauded the unanimous passage by the Vermont Senate of a bill that would rein in credit card interchange fees. “Today is a significant victory for Vermont’s small businesses and their customers, and we applaud the Vermont Senate for standing up to the big banks and credit card companies to get this done,” said Jennifer Hatcher, group vice president at the Food Marketing Institute here, part of the ...

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