WASHINGTON — A federal court judge on Tuesday posed several tough questions to parties involved in retailers' lawsuit against the Federal Reserve Board's implementation of a law setting a cap on debit interchange fees.

The case centers on whether the central bank appropriately set its cap of roughly 21 cents in line with a statutory directive in the so-called Durbin amendment of the Dodd-Frank reform law.

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