A group of New York credit union leaders visited first-term U.S. Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle (R-N.Y.) in her office in Syracuse to discuss the Federal Reserve’s proposed debit interchange rule. The May 20 visit included 15 representatives from nine credit unions and the Credit Union Association of New York. They shared with Buerkle a sample of the 28,000 letters that credit union employees, volunteers and members have written in an ongoing campaign against the proposed rule.

The Dodd-Frank Act in its current state will be detrimental to all consumers, the group said, not just to credit union members.

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