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New Hampshire brings a 99-year old law into the 20th century.

MAY 16, 1994 1:00am ET

After 99 years on the books, New Hampshire rules that required every loan offered by a bank to be approved by a board of directors -- even though banks commonly allow officers and committees to...

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