Legislation allowing Indiana-chartered banks to sell life insurance is expected to be signed soon by Gov. Frank O'Bannon.

The measure, unanimously approved by the Indiana Senate Monday, would require Hoosier State banks to sell insurance in a part of the lobby physically separate from lending and deposit-taking operations. In addition, banks would be barred from using personal information from borrowers to solicit insurance without the customer's permission.

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