Florida lawmakers are considering a bill that would let more banks sell insurance.

The state's banks have been permitted to sell insurance through branches in small towns since 1996. The proposed legislation, which has cleared a state Senate committee and is now in Florida's House of Representatives, would let banks sell home, auto, and other insurance products from branches in towns with more than 5,000 residents.

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