NACS has been actively engaged in a variety of related issues such as outrageous interchange fees (also known as "swipe fees"), unfair credit card operating rules and other issues relating to data security.
The convenience and fuel retailing industry sells 80% of the motor fuels in the United States.
Tobacco products are among the most regulated products that convenience stores sell.
NACS is dedicated to working with congressional leaders on labor and healthcare issues so retailers can control their costs and not have to make the choice between offering benefits and hiring new employees.
NACS works on a variety of foodservice and food-related issues on behalf of the convenience and fuel retailing industry.
Convenience and fuel retailers are subject to a large number of other legislative and regulatory initiatives, and NACS works to ensure that their interests on these issues are well represented.
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