WASHINGTON -- The single most important banking reform Congress could enact is full-scale interstate banking, E. Gerald Corrigan said Tuesday.

Testifying before the House Banking Committee's financial institutions subcommittee, the former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said: "If I were asked to pick the single thing that stands in my mind to produce the largest benefits at the least cost...interstate banking is what I would pick."

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