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WASHINGTON — The House Judiciary Committee’s Antitrust Task Force’s first foray into the topic of credit card interchange on July 19 appeared to produce more questions from lawmakers than answers as witnesses on the two sides of the issue offered conflicting versions of credit card reality.

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