Texas' bank commissioner last week rejected a legislative proposal by the Texas Bankers Association that would clarify and limit her ability to make regulatory policy for state-chartered banks, setting the stage for a court or legislative battle.

The development came after a month of heated back-and-forth maneuvering over interpretation of the state's "wildcard" statute, which gives state-chartered banks the same rights and privileges as national banks operating in Texas.

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