WASHINGTON — State regulators are urging Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd to change a provision in the regulatory reform bill that they claim would force most large state banks to convert to national charters.
Those conversions, in turn, would rob eight states of the funding necessary to police banks under their jurisdictions.
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