The Clinton administration wants to give banks new protections from state insurance laws, a move sure to stoke the already hot debate over financial modernization.

Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin will unveil legislation today that goes beyond a March 1996 Supreme Court decision that said states may not "prevent or significantly interfere" with bank insurance sales from small towns.

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