A federal appeals court in Cincinnati set the stage this week for Supreme Court action on a crucial case involving insurance sales by national banks.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit refused to reconsider its Owensboro National Bank decision, in which it held that states cannot bar national banks from selling insurance in towns of under 5,000. Parties to the case were notified of the decision Thursday.

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