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Republicans, Wall Street score victory in dismantling class-action rule

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Banks, credit card issuers and other financial companies will be able to block customers from banding together to sue over disputes, after the U.S. Senate on Tuesday narrowly killed a rule banning the firms from using “forced arbitration” clauses.

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