House OKs Financial Reform Bill

WASHINGTON The House last week voted to pass the reconciled financial reform bill, which includes a provision to regulate debit-card interchange fees, but a Senate vote was delayed until mid-July. The House voted 237-192 to approve the conference report to H.R. 4173, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, which seeks to prevent the type of banking failures that occurred in

WASHINGTON — The House last week voted to pass the reconciled financial reform bill, which includes a provision to regulate debit-card interchange fees, but a Senate vote was delayed until mid-July.

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