WASHINGTON - National and regional banks continue to charge "significantly higher" fees than community banks, the Federal Reserve Board said Wednesday.

The Fed's annual survey of bank fees found that last year banks branching across state lines charged customers between $2 toand $3 more each for bounced checks, overdrafts, and stop-payment orders than thoseinstitutions operating in only one state.

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