Bankers are mounting an 11th-hour campaign in Rhode Island to block a law that would bar most bank employees from selling insurance.

The Rhode Island governor, Lincoln Almond, has until Thursday to sign or veto the bill, which bank lobbyists view as the latest flareup in their war to gain insurance powers. That bill would apply to bank employees involved in lending and deposit taking.

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