WASHINGTON — Nearly seven months after passing a bill that included a measure to limit interchange fees on debit cards, lawmakers on Thursday were expressing buyer's remorse.

At two hearings, members from both political parties urged Federal Reserve Board officials to delay implementation of the provision, and some expressed concern that it would hurt community banks despite an ostensible carve-out for them in the law.

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