Supreme Court sharply divided on credit card surcharge bans

In oral arguments held before the Supreme Court Tuesday, liberal justices appeared to struggle with plaintiffs' argument that state bans on credit card surcharges violate retailers' free speech, while the bench's conservatives appeared concerned about how states apply those bans.

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