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Treasurer Jeb Spaulding is urging Vermonters to speak out before the Aug. 4
deadline for comments on changes to federal rules designed to crack down on
what Spaulding calls unfair charges and billing practices by credit card
officials say they’re satisfied with the way Vermont’s banks are responding to a security breach at
Hannaford’s supermarkets that exposed the credit card information of
more than four million customers nationwide.