State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company of Bloomington, Minn. has filed with the SEC to offer ten mutual funds to the public.

Until now, State Farm has only offered four funds to its own employees. These funds have been available since 1968. The insurance giant is hoping to introduce the funds in four states - North Carolina, Virginia, Missouri and Kansas by January and gradually introduce them to the rest of the country in 2001, said Dick Luedke, a spokesperson for the firm.

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