It appears the 30-mile rule isn't just for national banks any more.

The National Bank Act provision allows banks to move their headquarters up to 30 miles - even into another state - and keep their former home bases as branches. Since the beginning of 1994, 30 banks have crossed state lines by invoking the rule.

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