A proposal to combine Ohio's bank, thrift, and credit union agencies into one superregulator has drawn fire from state-chartered credit unions.

The merged divisions would be supervised by a superintendent of financial institutions. Examiners would be cross-trained in all three industries, though lead examiners would be specialists.

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