Three states are close to passing legislation that would partly protect banks from lawsuits relating to year-2000 computer problems.

The proposals pending in Colorado, North Dakota and Virginia vary, but each would limit the damages a party could collect should a bank's computer system malfunction in connection with the century date change.

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