Rep. Gary Miller Retiring
U.S. Rep. Gary Miller (R-Calif.) has announced he plans to retire from Congress at the end of his current term.
Miller, vice chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, has supported legislation affecting credit unions including the Regulatory Relief for Credit Unions Act.
That bill would establish a risk-based capital system for credit unions, authorize the NCUA to delay or modify CFPB regulations, and provide further regulatory relief measures.
Miller caused a stir during the 2012 NAFCU Congressional Caucus when he announced from the podium during his general session speaking slot that the California Credit Union League hurt his feelings when it supported his re-election opponent.
The CCUL contributed $250,000 to former Arrowhead Credit Union executive Pete Aguilar in that losing effort.