WASHINGTON - A dozen more banks are protesting the government's plan to capitalize the Savings Association Insurance Fund through a one-time fee on thrift deposits.

In a letter last week to Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Chairman Ricki Helfer, 12 banks argued that they should not be penalized for having bought thrift deposits.

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