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New laws could curb thrift conversions to state charters.

NOV 17, 1993 2:00am ET

WASHINGTON -- Congress may soon curb the practice of mutual thrifts changing their federal charters to state charters in order to convert to publicly traded companies under new, flexible state laws.

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