WASHINGTON — While the banking industry clearly has momentum on its side in the fight to delay a rule that would limit debit interchange fees, time for Congress to act is rapidly running out.

Most observers said Sen. Jon Tester was still a few votes shy of the 60 needed to ensure passage of a bill, and the Montana Democrat must still find a legislative vehicle that can be enacted before the interchange rule is scheduled to go into effect.

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