WASHINGTON -- The House of Representatives, as it neared a final vote on historic bank reform legislation, yesterday adopted provisions that would allow interstate banking in three years.

Under an amendment overwhelmingly approved by the House yesterday, states would be allowed to prohibit out-of-state banks from opening branches within their borders.

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