WASHINGTON — A provision in the regulatory reform bill that banks already oppose is drawing new attention over who will implement it.

Sen. Richard Durbin's interchange amendment specifies that the Federal Reserve Board would draw up regulations limiting debit fees, but many observers agree the new consumer protection regulator — not the Fed — could end up with the ultimate authority over the rules.

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