Vermont, the latest state to try to keep pace with changes in the federal banking charter, will allow its banks to sell insurance from small towns.

Elizabeth R. Costle, Vermont's commissioner of banking, insurance, and securities, last week ruled the state's "wild card" statute overrides another Vermont law barring affiliations between banks and insurance companies.

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