Gov. George E. Pataki's proposal to allow New York's state-chartered banks to sell insurance may not be comprehensive enough, some bankers say.

Although the proposal would allow New York's banks to sell life insurance, some say it is unclear whether it would grant them permission to sell property and casualty insurance. Many banks want to offer property and casualty policies in conjunction with mortgage, automobile, and other loans.

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