WASHINGTON — After years of trying, Sen. Richard Durbin, D-Ill., finally succeeded Thursday in passing a measure that would restrict interchange fees.

The amendment to the regulatory reform bill, adopted 64 to 33, was changed in the final moments in an effort to make it more palatable to community bankers and credit unions, who had lobbied against the measure.

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