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K Street is skeptical banking, credit card bills will get done

The chances of Congress passing marijuana banking legislation and a bill taking aim at credit card fees this year are slim.

That’s according to our latest survey of K Street movers and shakers — The Canvass.

The majority of senior K Street leaders believe both policy projects — which have been big topics in the banking space over the last year — are unlikely to cross the finish line. The survey was conducted Jan. 8-26 in partnership with LSG.

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