Legislation that would raise the cap on credit unions' business loans to members is poised for a mid-April showdown in the Senate.
Mark Udall (D-Colo.) has repackaged and reintroduced his bill to remove the cap on credit union member business lending, setting it up for a possible vote by the full chamber.
If you’ve ever wanted to appeal the results of your credit union’s NCUA examination to someone outside the agency, a bill moving through the House of Representatives would allow you to do that.
Democratic House members won’t pick a successor to retiring Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) in the top spot on the House Financial Services Committee for a year, and it’s far from a sure thing that the member next in line, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), will get the nod.
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Retiring Massachusetts congressman's spot won't be filled for a year, but seniority may not be the deciding factor.
CUNA's Cheney, NAFCU's Berger and Thaler, and bank industry counterparts all on list.
Months after their victory over banks and credit unions on the debit interchange issue retailers are gearing up to fight another battle.
Credit unions are pushing for passage of a patent reform bill that the Senate is likely to vote on soon that could limit their exposure to patent infringement lawsuits.
They’ve given money and done other things necessary for relationship building with members of Congress’ new deficit cutting panel.