WASHINGTON -- An obscure provision tucked away in the interstate banking law will permit banks and thrifts to enjoy many of the benefits of branching nearly two years before the new rules take effect.

Under the provision, affiliated banks and thrifts will be able to give each other a variety of services after Sept. 29, 1995.

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