The unusual cooperation forged two months ago between Georgia's two banking trade groups to reform the state's controversial intrastate branching laws has crumbled.

In a departure from the apparent consensus formed by the two groups at an unprecedented meeting in August, the Georgia Bankers Association will lobby for full statewide branching to go into effect by July 1998.

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