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Banning ATM Fees

On Nov. 2, voters in San Francisco and Santa Monica approved ordinances banning banks from charging ATM fees to non-customers. In response, several banks in the cities blocked non-customers from using their cash machines. What do you think?
  • "I don't think it's right for a business to charge money for a service it provides."

    Teresa Bossy
    Student
  • "ATM fees? Who cares? As a Californian, the issue I'm most concerned about is where I can get a reasonably priced mocha enema."

    Paul Goring
    Photographer
  • "That little man inside the machine who has to process the orders and stick the money through the slot deserves that $1 tip."

    Michael Gillies
    Cook
  • "What do you mean fees? I thought Bank of America was making my money work for me!"

    William Merrick
    Landscaper
  • "ATM fees? Who cares? As a Californian, the issue I'm most concerned about is where I can get a reasonably priced mocha enema."

    Ron Langevin
    Systems Analyst
  • "Eliminating ATM fees is only the beginning. The struggle for justice will not truly be over until money materializes directly into people's hands."

    Diana Melanson
    Herpetologist