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Retailers may take to court the Federal Reserve's decision nearly doubling the amount banks can charge on "swipe fees." Starting in October, they can charge stores up to 21 cents per transaction every time a customer pays with a debit card. (Associated Press)

Retailers may take to court the Federal Reserve's decision nearly doubling the amount banks can charge on "swipe fees." Starting in October, they can charge stores up to 21 cents per transaction every time a customer pays with a debit card. (Associated Press)

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