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Money pot, or pit?

16 March 2012 By Martin Hutchinson

The Golden State, Hawaii and 15 others want to copy North Dakota’s state-owned bank. But that institution thrives because of the small Midwestern state’s fracking-driven growth and its rural and uncorrupted politics. Elsewhere, state banks risk becoming politicized money-pits.

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