New York's thrifts came close to getting low-cost state money for business loans despite a decades-old clause in their charters forbidding them from accepting public deposits.

But the state Assembly Ways and Means Committee killed a bill to expand a low-interest state loan fund for commercial banks to include thrifts.

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