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After a two-year hiatus, banks are again raising the fees they charge consumers who overdraft their account, according to a recent survey by the Consumer Federation of America, or CFA, a nonprofit consumer advocacy group in Washington, D.C. The typical overdraft fee is still $35 per transaction, but two of the largest banks, U.S. Bank and