WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve Board released an overdraft rule Thursday that would force banks to get customers' permission before enrolling them in such programs — but it did little to satisfy lawmakers who want to go even further.

While top leaders of the House and Senate banking committees have pushed bills that would require customers to opt in to overdraft protection, they are also seeking other restrictions, including monthly and yearly limits.

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