Following House approval Tuesday, President Clinton is expected to sign legislation making it easier for state banks to branch across state lines.

The measure, sponsored by Rep. Marge Roukema, R-N.J., would let state banks exercise powers allowed by their home state regulators when they branch into other states. However, these activities would be limited to those permitted to national banks.

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