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A growing number of states are allowing state charted credit unions the option of compensating board members.
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Gov. Kate Brown signs new bill into law, making the Beaver State the 16th to allow board pay.
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Credit union CEOs debate the Michigan league's decision not to allow pay for board members.
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"We compensate board members more out of a sense of fairness than anything else,” explained Lin Hodges, president/CEO of Associated Credit Union of Norcross, Ga.