WASHINGTON — Retailers have begun fighting back hard against efforts by the financial community to scuttle federal regulation of debit-card fees. At least two bills were introduced last week in Congress proposing a delay in the implementation of debit-card interchange-fee regulation, prompting a huge outcry from a wide array of retailers, including supermarket operators. “I think the retailers are just frustrated because we had made progress toward addressing an issue that is filled with ...

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