For the second straight year, California lawmakers have postponed a vote on a bill that would create a new state savings bank charter.

Amid criticism from the governor's office that the proposed charter is redundant and a bank trade group's claims that it is risky, a Senate committee canceled a hearing on the bill last week.

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