WASHINGTON -- A West Virginia savings bank has won the first round of its lawsuit challenging the way the government sets deposit insurance rates.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. moved in mid-July to strip Doolin Security Savings Bank's deposit insurance after the New Martinsville institution refused to pay its full insurance bill.

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