WASHINGTON - The Comptroller of the Currency's office is slated to propose rules today that would make it easier for banks to do business across state lines and to march into new product areas.

"We are trying to comprehensively modernize the framework for how national banks are allowed to do their business," said Julie L. Williams, the agency's chief counsel.

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