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How Ohio thrift made it back from brink.

NOV 24, 1992 2:00am ET

CANTON, Ohio -- When the thrift reform law was passed in 1989, First American Bancorp was among 838 institutions that faced the risk of federal takeover because of capital deficiencies.

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