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TFC Bank on Thursday asked a federal judge to withdraw its lawsuit against the Federal Reserve challenging the legality of the Durbin Amendment. The Minnesota bank’s move came a day after the Federal Reserve issued its final rule setting a 21-cent cap on debit interchange fees plus a an approximately four-cent allowance for fraud prevention and losses, and a federal appeals court in St. Louis dismissed the bank’s request to delay the implementation of the Durbin Amendment.

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