The Federal Reserve is streamlining its Regulation D to eliminate separate reserve requirements for nonmember banks. Those provisions became obsolete in 1980 when Congress made all banks subject to the same reserve requirements.

For example, the Fed is eliminating a provision that subjected state- chartered member banks that merged with nonmember banks to different reserve requirements.

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