State banking regulators are stepping up their attack on a tactic used by national banks for expanding across state lines.

The banking commissioner of Michigan is protesting KeyCorp's use of the "30-mile rule" to move a Michigan unit to Indiana. And Oklahoma's banking chief is threatening to sue over plans by a small bank in that state to jump into Texas using the rule.

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