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CRS Report: “Unclear Who Would Benefit” from Durbin-Marshall Credit Card Bill

| Electronic Payments Coalition

The independent Congressional Research Service (CRS) released the latest in a string of reports questioning the benefits and raising the unintended consequences of the Durbin-Marshall credit card bill.

CRS, whose mission is to offer research and analysis to Congress, echoed an earlier report by the Richmond Federal Reserve noting that consumers failed to see any meaningful cost savings as a result of similar legislation imposing routing mandates and price caps on debit card interchange.

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