State Interstate Banking Law Gets Attention of Neighbors / in Texas, Louisiana
Wolfe, Lou Anne, THE JOURNAL RECORD
Not so very long ago, Oklahoma was viewed by some as a "holdout" state on the matter of interstate banking.
So it's no surprise that the state's rapidly-passed interstate law has caught the attention of neighboring Texas and Louisiana.
While bank officials in both states stop short of admitting that the Oklahoma law served as an example to follow, Louisiana should have a regional interstate law when the state legislature adjournsthis July.
And Texas lawmakers are getting their ducks in a row for the convention of that state's biannual legislature in January.
Two states contiguous to Oklahoma have passed interstate measures.
New Mexico enacted a …
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