RICHMOND, Va. -- The Virginia Bankers Association has thrown its weight behind an effort to get Virginia out of the so-called Southeast compact and into national interstate banking.

The association, which has been studying the issue since June, expects to propose legislation when the Virginia General Assembly meets in January, according to executive vice president Walter C. Ayres.

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