Bankers in Vermont, New York, and Tennessee are urging their state legislatures to support measures exempting lenders from environmental cleanup costs.

Lawmakers in the three states are considering bills that would let bankers foreclose on contaminated properties without taking on cleanup liability so long as they were not actively involved in managing the properties.

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