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House Committee to Consider Legislation Repealing Debit Fee Reform

May 2, 2017

House Committee to Consider Legislation Repealing Debit Fee Reform

The House Financial Services Committee is scheduled to meet today May 2 to consider legislation that would roll back many of the reforms contained in the Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform Act, including the so-called Durbin Amendment, which implemented much-needed debit reforms. The legislation is likely to be approved by the Committee, setting up the potential for the full House of Representatives to consider the legislation in the coming weeks.

House Committee Passes Legislation Repealing Debit Fee Reform

September 14, 2016

House Committee Passes Legislation Repealing Debit Fee Reform

In a thoroughly disappointing development for retailers and consumers alike, the House Financial Services Committee approved legislation on Sept. 13 that would, among other things, repeal the debit fee reform legislation known as the Durbin Amendment. It passed on a party-line vote, with all-but-one Republican on the Committee voting for the legislation repealing the Durbin Amendment, and all Democrats voting against it.

NATSO Members, Merchants Coalition Oppose Repeal of Durbin Amendment

July 14, 2016

NATSO Members, Merchants Coalition Oppose Repeal of Durbin Amendment

Many NATSO members joined more than 120 companies representing a broad cross-section of the U.S. economy in urging Members of Congress to reconsider legislation that would repeal debit card fee reforms implemented under the Durbin Amendment of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act.