WASHINGTON - The nation's banking commissioners unveiled a plan Monday that would allow state-chartered institutions to take advantage of last year's branching law while dealing with a single regulator.

The protocol, developed by the Conference of State Bank Supervisors, represents an effort by the commissioners to compete with the national bank charter after the interstate rules take effect.

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