The growing support for a reinstatement of restrictions separating commercial and investment banking has so far come from a smattering of commentators, policy makers and industry insiders. But community bankers now appear to be joining the push.

In interviews with small-bank executives, nearly all backed a framework closer to that of Glass-Steagall, which was repealed in 1999. However, they disagreed on exactly what a new system should look like.

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