A Southern California bank, under fire from well-known activist Michael Price and other investors, is making it more difficult for dissidents to put their agenda before other shareholders.

Anaheim-based SC Bancorp has amended its bylaws to make dissidents go through the board before soliciting shareholders' consent to any proposals without going through an annual meeting.

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