With election season fast approaching, the window for across-the-aisle collaboration is rapidly closing as members from each party seek to prevent their political opponents from scoring wins. One issue, however, is picking up bipartisan steam as Americans suffer record inflation: credit card swipe fees.

In a letter to CEOs of Visa and Mastercard, Kansas Sen. Roger Marshall, a Republican, joined a bipartisan and bicameral group of lawmakers to urge the credit card companies not to move forward with plans to raise their swipe fees. Citing the highest rate of inflation in decades, Marshall noted that any further fee increase “is simply taking advantage of vulnerable Americans.”