CUNA, NAFCU and NASCUS rewarded their leaders’ stewardship through challenging times last year.
Agency reverses course after credit unions and trade associations objected, says comments so far have not contained "sensitive" information.
Becker letter says little benefit to keeping feedback confidential and expresses concern about "free-riders."
Citing safety and soundness concerns, the NCUA is rejecting pleas by NAFCU and some credit unions to reverse its recent decision and allow well- capitalized credit unions to be exempt from restrictions on how much they can spend on fixed assets.
Subcomittee vote runs down party lines as new bureau moves toward July opening.
Cheney says costs to big CUs "incredibly understated" in Matz letter to Bernanke.
Easter Break over, lobbying resumes to delay or halt the new cap on interchange fees.