Michigan's financial institutions commissioner this week made good on a threat to sue the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency over its aggressive use of an interstate banking loophole.

Patrick M. McQueen accused Comptroller Eugene A. Ludwig of violating state and federal laws by allowing Society Bank, Michigan, to branch into Indiana, according to a lawsuit filed Monday in federal district court.

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