WASHINGTON — Bankers are divided over a Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. plan to train bank employees on insurance limits and require tellers to question depositors about their accounts.

On one side, several large and small banks say the changes are burdensome and will conflict with their own training programs. They also contend that insurance education should best come from the insurer — namely, the FDIC, not the banks.

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