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Local Officials Sign Petition Asking Congress To Reform Bank Fees

October 30 @ 10:31 am
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Utica, NY (WIBX) - Local officials are joining a growing call to end unnecessary bank fees. The goal, Oneida County Legislator David Gordon says is to push the U.S. Senate Banking Committee to reform unfair banking practices. Gordon, who represents the 14th District says certain check cashing fees and electronic draft charges must be addressed by congress.

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The petition was sent to members of the Senate Banking Committee and the White House.

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