The big consumer blowback from Bank of America’s planned $5-a-month debit card fee may have had a widespread impact as JPMorgan Chase and other big banks have reportedly decided not to pursue similar fees. Even Bank of America is back-peddling somewhat on its decision, but has not decided to rescind the $5-a-month fee that would be triggered by a single purchase with a debit card beginning in January.

The backlash over Bank of America’s debit card fee persists with a bill proposed by a state legislator that would ban such bank fees for Florida customers. The proposal from Lake Worth Rep. Jeff Clemens, a Democrat, comes as the furor over bank fees is fueling customer ire and even the Occupy Wall Street protests against “corporate greed.”