Some state and local government leaders in Florida are reviving a fight against automated teller machine surcharges, following the lead of other states and cities that have banned such fees.

A ban on ATM surcharges is now being drafted in New York City; ordinances already are on the books in San Francisco and Santa Monica, Calif.; and there are statewide statutes in Connecticut and Iowa. Now, in Florida, where state legislators for years have been complaining in Tallahassee about ATM surcharges, the antibank fee bandwagon seems to be gaining speed.

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