Kansas could be without a banking commissioner for months while state lawmakers reconsider the state's policy of appointing full-time bankers as top regulators.

The state Legislature's joint committee on banking recommended last week that Kansas no longer let whoever is its banking commissioner simultaneously work for a bank. Iowa is the only other state that permits a full-time banker to be commissioner.

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