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Congress Should Not Buy This Bill of Goods on Credit Card Fees

| RedState

Most in politics can understand it when those firmly on the progressive side make the argument that we in America need to enact public policy more like that of Europe. But when one American industry is locked in a battle with another, and seeks to use the force of the federal government to intervene in that fight, Members of Congress should know not to buy that bill of goods when one industry wants the federal government inflicted on another just to increase their bottom line at the expense of the other. Such is the case with the latest push by the retail lobby to enact European type price controls on the interchange fees charges to retailers for accepting debit and credit cards from their customers.

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