A U.S. district court has blocked Florida's insurance commissioner from disciplining a Montana bank for marketing an annuity-like deposit product in the state.

In granting a temporary restraining order sought by Blackfeet National Bank, the court ruled that the Florida commissioner, Tom Gallagher, may not proceed with administrative charges until a civil suit brought against him by the bank is decided on its merits.

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