A Kansas law that takes effect July 1 will leave Iowa and Nebraska as the only states where the banking commissioner can be a bank employee.

Kansas's top regulator will no longer be able to work as a bank officer, voting director, employee, or paid consultant of any state or national bank or bank holding company.

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