WASHINGTON - The battle over financial privacy shifts next week to California, where lawmakers will consider legislation clamping down on how customer data may be used.

With three rigorous "opt-in" bills in play, Golden State lawmakers may ban banks from sharing personal financial data without a customer's explicit consent.

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