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Letter to the Senate Opposing the Tester Amendment to Delay Debit Card Swipe Fee Reforms in Dodd-Frank

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Letter to the Senate Opposing the Tester Amendment to Delay Debit Card Swipe Fee Reforms in Dodd-Frank

June 07, 2011

Letter to the Senate in opposition to the Tester Amendment, which would significantly delay regulatory implementation of the debit card swipe fee reforms enacted last year in the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. ACE reiterates support for these needed reforms, which will provide real relief to students, their families and colleges and universities across the country, and urge that they be implemented in a timely manner.

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