WASHINGTON — The National Retail Federation here and NRF's National Council of Chain Restaurants division welcomed yesterday’s Senate passage of legislation that would protect retailers and restaurants from lawsuits over credit card expiration dates printed on customers' receipts. The Senate approved the legislation, called the Credit and Debit Receipt Clarification Act, by voice vote. The measure was approved by the House on May 13 and now heads to President Bush, who is expected to sign ...
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