The Office of Comptroller of the Currency is rewriting the rule laying out its visitorial powers of national banks following the Supreme Court's criticism of the agency's 2004 regulation.

Last month the court ruled that states could enforce through judicial proceedings non-preempted state laws against national banks and called the OCC's rule "bizarre." The rule said that the OCC had exclusive rights to examine and enforce all laws against national banks.

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