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This Is Uncomfortable

Banking in the public interest? Public Bankers look to spread their model

David Brancaccio May 31, 2013
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For 94 years, the state of North Dakota has run a public bank. It acts like a mini-Federal Reserve that subsidizes loans based on local priorities. The bank helps local entrepreneurs, students and others all while generating a profit for the state treasury.

This weekend, attendees of the Public Banking Conference in San Rafael, California will gather to re-think the global banking system. They hope to spread North Dakota’s time-tested financial idea.

Marc Armstrong, executive director of the non-profit The Public Banking Institute, joins Marketplace Morning Report host David Brancaccio to discuss public banks and the benefits of making credit decisions locally.

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