WASHINGTON -- Despite increasingly insistent cries about overregulation, bankers in the upper Midwest favor many of the provisions of the 1991 banking law -- at least in principle.

In a survey of 95 bankers by the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, more than four out of five said they supported risk-based deposit insurance premiums, early closing of troubled banks, and tying the level of bank regulation to capital.

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