WASHINGTON — The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency weighed in on the debate over deposit insurance reform Wednesday by rejecting proposals that would increase coverage.

The agency also recommended that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. institute steady premiums on the entire industry, and that the fixed statutory minimum ratio of federal reserves to insured deposits should be changed.

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