WASHINGTON - Government officials in Iowa are going to the U.S. Supreme Court in their battle with Bank One Corp. over regulating automated teller machines operated by national banks.

State Attorney General Tom Miller and Banking Superintendent Holmes Foster said they asked the justices in a filing Wednesday to overturn a lower court decision that one of Iowa's restrictive ATM laws does not apply to national banks.

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