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Today Congressman Peter Welch leads a bipartisan effort to make sure one element that got into the Senate version of the financial reform bill, stays in the final bill. A clamp-down on so-called "swipe fees" the percentage that stores have to pay to Visa and MasterCard every time the customer pays with plastic.

Elizabeth Wynne Johnson reports.

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