WASHINGTON — Legislative activity on some key industry issues such as credit- and debit-card interchange-fee reform could increase at the state level if next month's elections turn out as projected. “Basically, you will see a lot of shifting of venue on key issues from the federal level to the state level,” said Joe Kefauver, a former vice president of public affairs with Wal-Mart Stores who is now a managing partner at consulting firm Parquet Public Affairs. In an interview last week ...

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