The Massachusetts Bankers Association plans to ask state legislators to clarify the finer points of a bill that would allow banks to sell traditional insurance.

Kevin F. Kiley, executive vice president, regulatory affairs, said the bill, introduced last week in Massachusetts' House and Senate, was unclear about where insurance could be sold in a branch.

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