WASHINGTON — Although banks failed in their attempt to convince Congress to delay an interchange fee cap for debit cards, the financial services industry is not giving up, just changing venues.

Bankers have now shifted their focus to convincing the Federal Reserve Board to raise the proposed 12-cent cap and a looming court battle over the central bank's right to enact such limits in the first place.

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