Under a rule adopted Tuesday by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., a bank's out-of-state branches must meet lending minimums or risk being shut down by regulators.

Out-of-state branches will be required to maintain loan-to-deposit ratios equal to half the average of all banks in the state.

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