CUNA expert says credit unions must accept a move to the political middle when it comes to the CFPB's future.
In a pep talk to GAC attendees, CUNA’s Jim Nussle urges CUs to meet with lawmakers regularly.
As GAC begins, Dodd-Frank is a focus for the credit union industry.
To credit unions, the CFPB is a busy-body agency that has no business regulating them.
Growing up in a suburb of our nation's capital, Linda McFadden couldn't escape politics.
The NCUA board votes to maintain an 18% interest rate ceiling for most loans.
CU Times' Washington reporter has some advice for those planning face time with their congressman during GAC.
Two lawmakers introduce a bill to abolish the CFPB.
Lawmakers, attorneys and consumer groups try to defend CFPB while Trump is likely to abandon the agency.
Credit union trade groups react to Hensarling's plan to modify the CFPB.