WASHINGTON -- The sensitive debate on how the sale of mutual funds at banks should be regulated last week reached a key committee of advisers to the Federal Reserve Board for the first time.

In a lively session of the Fed's consumer advisory panel, bankers and state officials squared off against each other about whether banks need tighter oversight and regulation as they begin offering investment products along with the usual insured deposits.

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