Washington State's community banks, preparing for the advent of interstate branching, are pressing for tighter caps on market share of deposits.

The Washington Independent Community Bankers Association crafted the market share plan last week while deciding to support the federal interstate branching law. The law, adopted last year, allows states to "opt in" or "opt out" of the provisions, and many state legislatures are about to tackle the issue.

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