The banking industry is voicing support for a bill that would prohibit panhandling within 15 feet of New York City ATMs.

The bill, introduced May 25 by two city councilmen, takes aim at many of the same customer safety issues as an ATM security law the city council enacted in 1993. The new measure would affect 2,500 ATMs in the city's five boroughs.

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