New Jersey's ATM Security Act, which took effect in January, does not seem to be raising any hackles in the financial services industry.

The law was drafted by a task force from the New Jersey Bankers Association and state legislators. Kurt Schaub, a spokesman for the association, said it was "very unusual to back legislation that would impose a monetary cost," but he said he hasn't received any complaints.

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