A rift is growing among Oklahoma's state-chartered banks between the expansion-minded and those that fear ruinous competition.

On one side are institutions that support the right of banks to move their headquarters to new markets and then branch back to their former hometowns. Opposing them are institutions whose leaders say such expansion will glut their markets.

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