Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland signed legislation Tuesday allowing state-chartered banks to sell insurance.

Gerald M. Noonan, president of the Connecticut Bankers Association, praised the law as "honest regulation" that treats banks fairly. "We think its one of the better laws on bank insurance sales."

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