Retailers Win Debit-Card Fee Vote in Senate

WASHINGTON — Retail groups applauded a Senate vote Wednesday that prevented a proposed delay in implementing debit-card fee reform.

WASHINGTON — Retail groups applauded a Senate vote Wednesday that prevented a proposed delay in implementing debit-card fee reform.

"FMI applauds the 45 senators who voted to support their neighborhood grocery stores and their customers today," said Leslie G. Sarasin, president and chief executive officer of Food Marketing Institute, Arlington, Va.

The so-called Tester Amendment, proposed by Jon Test

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