West Virginia is expected to authorize its state banks next week to sell insurance from small towns.

The state's seven-member Board of Banking will meet Monday to decide whether the "wild card" law giving state banks virtually the same powers as national banks overrides another state law barring affiliations between banks and insurance companies.

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